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Speaking: Empowered Woman, SheCon, Blogworld East

Posted on the 10 May 2011 by Alizasherman @alizasherman

Alizateachingpic I'm going to be on the road again soon, and am so excited to be speaking at several conferences this month. It's going to be a busy one!

Here's a brief rundown of where I'll be. I really hope to meet up with some of you while I'm on the East Coast. It will be 17 hours of travel - with a 4-year-old - to get there, but I know it will be well worth the trip.

May 19, 2011 - 2:15 PM - Miami, FL Miami Science Museum – Empowered Woman
Elevate Your Online Presence (Panel)

I'm speaking on a panel with some powerhouse women Denise Jacobs (@denisejacobs), Lynn Ponder (@ponderful), Mande White (@mandewhite) and Sandi Abbott (@xpressomarketin). We will each get about 5 minutes to distill down our best tips for social media and email marketing. 

May 21, 2011 - 9:00 AM - Miami Beach, FL Miami Beach Convention Center – SheCon
Keynote Panel: The Women of Social Media. 

May 21, 2011- 10:00 AM - Miami Beach, FL Miami Beach Convention Center - SheCon
Meet & Greet and Book Signing (The Everything Blogging Book).

May 21, 2011 - 5:00 PM  - Miami Beach, FL Miami Beach Convention Center - SheCon
Closing Keynote at SheCon: Smart Ways to Use Future Tech and Social Media.

The description of this talk: You've heard the new buzzwords - Location-based networks, QR Codes, Augmented Reality, M-marketing and more - but who has enough time - or brain power - to keep up with it all? Get rid of those blank stares and eyes glazing over. Take charge of technology. Here's a crash course in what's on the horizon for the next few years and how it impacts your blog, your work and your life.

May 26, 2011 - 9:00 AM - New York, New York Jacob Javits Center –Blogworld Expo
Speak Up: Empowering Women to Find Their Voices (presenting with C.C. Chapman).

The description of this talk: Despite all of our best efforts, there is still a dearth of female speakers at business, tech and venture conferences, particularly keynoters. But we can all do something about this imbalance, including women themselves. This workshop is a dynamic, interactive session about overcoming fear in public speaking and taking deliberate steps to craft speaking proposals. 

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