Todd Sorenson is Barna Group’s vice president of customer success and business development. He has had numerous customer-serving roles in sales, marketing, consulting and alliances, primarily in the technology sector.
Prior to joining Barna in 2016, Todd spent two decades in the software industry, including many years with SAP in a variety of national and global functions. He is former president of High Tech Ministries, an Atlanta workplace ministry, and serves on the advisory board for The 315 Project, and initiative to help people know and share their story leveraging digital media.
Todd earned his B.S. degree in Communication from Arizona State University, following studies at the University of Wisconsin and Moody Bible Institute. He is active in global missions, men’s discipleship and teaching. He resides in the Atlanta area.
The cavalier attitude of most teens and young adults toward porn, coupled with accessibility through technology, is pushing pornography into a new era that is more social, interactive, dynamic and personal. Barna Editor in Chief, Roxanne Stone, reports on Porn 2.0 and the sexting crisis.
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No matter the industry or the task, workers today want to be personally connected to and invested in the work. They want to know its social and environmental impact. They want to be part of creating a better work culture.
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