Sanjiv Khullar is a native of Toronto Canada and over the course of his career, Sanjiv Khullar has worn a number of hats; from that of an entrepreneur, community activist to a successful Digital Social Media Strategist.
Sanjiv Khullar is passionate about technology and social media, which lead him to found the Digital and Social Media Agency Socialmediaville. Sanjiv Khullar has a diverse skillset and prior experience, his work with everything from startups all the way up to fortune 100 firms in the Telecom, investment, Software and International Trade and Government has given him the experience necessary to run a cutting edge social media agency.
Sanjiv Khullar Technical and Social Media Experience:
Sanjiv Khullar is a leader in conceptualizing and delivering digital marketing and social media strategy. Sanjiv Khullar has exceptional technical, business and leadership skills that he has leveraged and honed while working for firms such as Nesbitt Thompson (Toronto Stock Exchange), Oracle and Bank of Montreal. Sanjiv Khullar was the Director of Digital and Social Media for a Member of Parliament for the 2011 Federal Election Campaign.
Sanjiv Khullar Awards and Recognitions:
Sanjiv Khullar was honored as one of Canada’s Leading Young Entrepreneurs by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Sanjiv Khullar Community Engagement:
Sanjiv Khullar founded the not for profit organization Future Leaders , which is dedicated to developing leadership skills for young professionals by working with inner city youth, and hosting a speaker series featuring Canada’s top CEO’s and Entrepreneurs.
Sanjiv Khullar has also been involved in the local community through his work with Trails Youth Initiatives. Trails Youth Initiatives is a charitable organization that works with inner city youth. The program brings a group of vulnerable inner city kids to a school in the middle of the forest, giving them a safe, engageing atmosphere to became a part of the community. The program began in 1992 and helps kids develope self confidence, practical skills and relevant knowledge through their teenage years.