I’ve developed workshops and presentations for numerous conferences and groups, including:

North Park University Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management, Chicago, 2009-2013: social media workshops, intro, intermediate and advanced levels.

New York University, 2012: presentation and discussion, “Gender, Media & the Election.”

Lebanon Valley College Women’s Leadership Symposium, 2012: keynote address, “A Return to ‘Mad Men’? The Politics of Women’s Health and Leadership in the Digital Age.”

Association of Healthcare Journalists Annual Conference, Chicago, 2010: workshop on how to build your own blog/website; read more about it.

Chicago Department of Public Health, 2010: symposium on using social media tools for service providers to the LGBT community.

Kendall College, 2009: presentation on using social media for networking and career-building strategies.

Chicago Women in Publishing, 2009: presentation on using social media to build personal and organizational networks [view].

Making Media Connections, Midwest Conference 2009: workshop on blogging; panels on social media and writing for the web.

Women, Action & the Media (WAM!), Cambridge, Mass., 2004-2009: workshops and panels on media and online publishing; most recently I taught a day-long build-your-own-blog class.

McCormick Foundation, 2009: panel on social media.

Donors Forum of Chicago, 2009; presentation on social networking possibilities and potential.

Community Media Workshop, 2005-2008: social media, online communications and blog workshops in Chicago, New York (through Rockefeller Brothers Fund) and Michigan.

National Women’s Studies Association, St. Charles, Ill., 2007: panelist, “Our 21st Century Bodies, Our Multimedia Selves.”

Georgetown University Roundtable on Languages and Linguistics, 2000: presentation on technology, culture and web journalism.

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