Omnichannel Speaker

Carrie Hane

Carrie Hane
Principal Digital Strategist

Carrie Hane is a creative problem solver and connector of people, processes, and technology. For more than 20 years, she's been helping organizations transform to meet the ever-changing needs of the people they serve and take advantage of the latest technology. She is the co-author of Designing Connected Content: Plan and Model Digital Products for Today and Tomorrow, which has become a go-to resource for implementing sustainable digital publishing practices. 

Currently serving as a Principal Digital Strategist at Sanity–The Composable Content Cloud, Carrie brings her passion for content-driven digital experiences that establish strong connections with audiences and drive organizational missions forward while streamlining content operations.

She has conducted numerous workshops and delivered inspiring presentations at global events, sharing her insights on user-centered design and content strategy. As a guest lecturer, Carrie has also imparted her knowledge to undergraduate and graduate students, further contributing to the development of the next generation of digital professionals.

Like most people working in tech, she has two degrees completely unrelated to her work. By far the most enlightening education she has received is being the mother of boys. When she's not working, you can find her at the pool swimming, wrangling college tours for her son, or enjoying a good book in the company of her dog, Zoie.

Fun Fact

Carrie has seen the Northern Lights many times while living in Michigan's Upper Peninsula for four years. She was part of her high school's swim team relay team that still holds the record they set in 1988 and Carrie has attended both winter (Salt Lake City 2002) and summer (London 2012) Olympic games.

Past sessions

Additional content

[Article] The key to brand success and stakeholder alignment: A domain model
What if you could have a key that gave you access to brand success and stakeholder alignment across your entire organization? You’re thinking, “That is a nice dream, but it will never come true. That sounds like magic.”
But it exists. The key is a domain model: a representation of the concepts in a subject area and the relationships between them. Learn what they are and how they can help.