Do you wish you knew EXACTLY how to communicate more compellingly in today’s digital age? 

Erin King has helped clients from The Academy Awards to the United States Navy show up more powerfully from behind the screen using her award-winning “PUB” method. 

She is the Amazon best-selling author of “Digital Persuasion” and started her first two companies--Jump Digital Media and the age of 30. She is the Founder of Socialite Agency, a social media firm which was featured in Forbes. Socialite’s clients include ABC/Disney, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, VISA, Siemens, Hitachi, Mutual of Omaha, Johnson & Johnson and dozens of others. Her podcast, Highlights with Erin King, discusses big ideas from the best nonfiction authors in the world. 

Erin competed in the World Irish Dancing Championships and played NCAA Division 1 lacrosse but NOTHING has toughened up today’s communication expert like navigating the world of being a brand-new dog mom to a cavapoo named Stevie Nicks. Off-duty Erin is playing outside in either Laguna Beach or Jackson Hole with her crazy Alabama husband Hartman. You might also find her hiding from all of the above behind the covers of a nice, good book.

Jason Witten is universally considered one of the top tight ends in NFL history. He is an 11-time Pro Bowler, two-time first-team All-Pro and the 2012 Walter Payton Man of the Year, who played 17 seasons in the National Football League with the Dallas Cowboys and the Las Vegas Raiders.

A former third-round selection (69th overall) by the Cowboys in the 2003 NFL Draft, Witten has posted a staggering 1,228 receptions for 13,046 yards and 74 touchdowns. Witten is the Cowboys franchise all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards and is second in Cowboys history with 72 receiving touchdowns. He also holds the team record with 130 consecutive games tallying at least one reception, the team record for games played (225), and the team record for seasons played (16).

His 11 Pro Bowl appearances tie DL Bob Lilly for the most in Cowboys history. Witten’s incredible resume includes four 1,000-yard seasons, four 90-reception seasons, six 80-reception seasons and a remarkable 15 seasons with at least 60 receptions, tied for second-most in NFL history with Hall of Fame TE Tony Gonzalez and WR Larry Fitzgerald, trailing only Pro Football Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice (17). In 2019, he also joined those three players as the fourth person ever to record over 1,200 receptions for their career.

In postseason action, he has started in all eight appearances and recorded 45 receptions for 486 yards and one TD. He took a year off from football in 2018 and became the lead analyst on Monday Night Football. Prior to being drafted in 2003, he played three seasons for the University of Tennessee, where he was named as an All-SEC selection and an All-SEC Academic selection. As a junior, Witten set the Tennessee single-season record for receptions and receiving yards by a tight end.

He and his wife Michelle run the SCORE Foundation and the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award. For his work on and off the field, Witten was honored with the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 2012. Upon retiring from the NFL at the conclusion of the 2000 season, Witten accepted the position of Head Coach at Argyle Liberty Christian High School. Jason and Michelle have two sons and two daughters.