If you’re working on your online brand, social media presence, website or blog and have some questions, bring them to the Massachusetts Conference for Women for your on-site personal social media consulting session!
Register here for your spot—space is very limited! (note, you must be a registered attendee of the Conference)
We are offering 30 20-minute slots with one of five leading experts in social media and internet marketing:
Morra Aarons Mele (@morraam)
Morra Aarons Mele is the founder of Women Online. She is an Internet marketer who has been working with women online since 1999. She helped Hillary Clinton log on for her first Internet chat, and launched Wal-Mart’s first blog. She was founding Political Director for BlogHer.com, and writes for BlogHer as well as Huffington Post, MomsRising and Guardian.co.uk. She has covered events from the White House to the campaign trail to Harvard Law School in her role as a blogger on women, politics, and work. She has taught at the Yale Women’s Campaign School and at the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders forum at Harvard, as well as at the Johns Hopkins Graduate School of Communication. Morra is the author of “Women and Leadership in the Digital Age,” part of the Sage Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership.
Morra’s Internet experience spans politics and the private sector. During the 2004 Presidential Election, Morra was the Director of Internet Marketing for the Democratic National Committee. After the 2004 election she founded Edelman’s digital public affairs team where she worked with Fortune 50 clients. Morra worked in various roles at leading online companies, including iVillage.com, and at iVillage UK, where she managed public relations and marketing. Morra has degrees from Harvard’s Kennedy School and Brown University. She has two sons with her husband Nicco Mele, and lives near Boston.
Morra is co-founder of Role/Reboot, a non-profit that examines the changing lives of men and women. She serves on the Board of Postpartum Progress.
Kaitlyn Dowling (@kaitlyndowling)
Kaitlyn Dowling recently graduated summa cum laude with university honors from the University of New Hampshire with a B.A. in political science. Kaitlyn gained a breadth of experience in communications and community organizing while working with organizations such as Obama for America, the New Hampshire Democratic Party, the office of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, and Rock the Vote. Kaitlyn’s academic research focused on political messaging and her honors thesis, “Yes We Can? The Impact of Rhetorical Leadership on Youth Voter Turnout in the 2010 Midterm Elections,” explored the relationship between Millennials’ political attitudes and voting behavior.
Kaitlyn is a contributor at Role/Reboot, a non-profit that examines the changing lives of men and women. She lives on the New Hampshire seacoast with her chihuahua, Carla Sagan.
Christine Koh (@bostonmamas)
Christine Koh is a music and brain scientist who now makes her living as a writer, editor, and designer. After a decade in academia, she was about to become a professor when she decided to hang up her academic spurs in favor of more flexible and creative ventures. She created Boston Mamas, a stylish resource portal for families in the Boston area and is the designer behind Posh Peacock, a unique stationary e-store.
Christine also pens a personal blog, Pop Discourse, where she gives voice to her fascination with pop culture, the intellectually interesting or absurd, Boston life, and parenthood. She lives in the Boston area with her husband and two daughters.
Thien-Kim Lam never expected a career as an Executive Director Passion Parties Consultant. A 10 year veteran in the party plan industrys, she has created a fun and safe environment via home parties for women to learn how to take charge of their pleasure as well as their financial future with Passion Parties business opportunity.
Most recently, she has taken her networking skills and business experience to create her social media presence including From Left to Write, a virtual book club with a community of 100+ bloggers and her personal blogs I’m Not the Nanny (multicultural parenting, work-life balance) and My Cup of Creativi–Tea (food and creativity).
Cindy Meltzer is the Community Manager at Isis Parenting, a Boston-based company that provides classes and retail products for new and expecting parents both online and at four community-based centers. Cindy is responsible for digital marketing strategy at Isis, including creating educational blog and video content, maintaining a vibrant online community and building social media marketing campaigns. Since taking on the role of Community Manager in 2009, she has effectively built Isis’ social media presence and is now focused on analyzing data to refine current strategies, test new initiatives and measure ROI. Cindy has master’s degrees in education and social work and a diverse background as an educator and policy analyst. She also blogs about social media strategies at The Social Craft.
Don’t miss this chance for one-on-one advice from these experts! Reserve your spot here, and come to the Social Media Brand Audits in the Career Pavilion at 3 pm December 8 to confirm your time slot.