I’ve developed workshops and presentations for numerous conferences and groups, including:
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. Sponsored by the CDPH offices of LGBT Health and Substance Abuse and Tobacco Control Programs, and the National LGBT Tobacco Control Network.
North Park University Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management, Chicago, 2009-2010: introduction to social media workshop (“How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Social Media”).
Kendall College, Chicago, 2009: presentation on using social media for networking and career-building strategies.
Making Media Connections, Chicago, 2009: workshop on blogging; panels on social media and writing for the web.
Women, Action & the Media (WAM!), Cambridge, MA, 2004-2009: workshops and panels on media and online publishing; most recently I taught a day-long build-your-own-blog class.
McCormick Foundation, Chicago, 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.