Due to the overwhelming success of the February Blogalicious, D.C. meet-up, Blogalicious is hosting another event for new and beginning bloggers and women in social media entitled Women in Social Media: Creating Your Digital Footprint. The purpose of the event is to bring together a multicultural community of women who are interested in building their digital footprint online and getting strategies on how to create an online identity.
Blogalicious D.C. meet up is scheduled for April 27, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. at the Washington, DC Economic Partnership located at 1495 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004. To RSVP, please click HERE.
Terri Holley and Michele McGraw will be speaking at the event and Ananda Leeke will be the moderator.
Terri Holley is CEO and principal of Creative Blog Solutions. Terri is also a contributor to Women Grow Business, recently recognized by Forbes magazine as one the best marketing and social media blogs written by women. She is the host of the Social Media Voices Project, a podcast that spotlights the leadership techniques of nationally recognized authors, speakers, social media strategists, and interactive marketers.
Michele McGraw is CEO of Mom Geek Media and creator of ScrapsofMyGeekLife.com, offering daily commentary, advice, reviews and shared experiences of how her real life and the digital domain connect. Michele previously served as a Director of Internet Services and board member of Mothers & More providing online support for a national website, forum and e-mail support groups. She is currently serving as an Ambassador for the Mom Bloggers Clubto provide support and information for Mom Bloggers. Michele also works as Community Manager and Director of Social Media for a new start-up company, FormerFatChick.com. Follow Michele on Twitter at http://twitter.com/scrappinmichele.
Anande Leekeis a lawyer turned innerpreneur, author, artist, DC Social Media Examiner for Examiner.comand yoga teacher. Since 2009, Leeke has been teaching online yoga classes for computer users on Stickam.com and MomTV.She also taught yoga at social media conferences such as Blogalicious, She's Geeky DC, and Latinos in Social Media. She spoke about the way authors use social media to build their audience and market books at the Capital Bookfest.
5:30 – 6:00 Networking
6:00 – 6:45 Panel Discussion
6:45 – 7:00 Q & A