Jenny Sprague, Co-Founder of #FABlogCon, will be speaking Saturday, May 17, 2014 at BlogHer Food in Miami. BlogHer is a world renown annual event for bloggers and BlogHer food is one of their specialty annual conferences aimed at food bloggers. The co-founder of BlogHer, Elisa Camahort Page, is a member of our Food Allergy Bloggers Conference advisory panel!
Most food allergy bloggers are food bloggers by necessity, so we are thrilled to share information about the panel “Turning Food Ethics into Action” below. Be sure to say hi to Jenny if you are in Miami this weekend at BlogHer food and follow her on twitter for updates – there will also be a mini-FABlogCon reunion so follow our official twitter feed for updates on that as well!
As a food blogger, you know what passion means. You care about quality, taste, style, and beauty – but you also probably care about something else, be it maybe social good, enviromental causes, the hunger gap, or health advocacy. If you’ve ever wondered how to turn the passion you hold dear into action – effectively integrate advocacy into your blogging routine, start your own movement or activist group, make a substancive change – this panel is for you.
Learn from bloggers who’ve taken their personal passions and turned them into action that’s changed the lives of their family, their readers, their communities, and the world. Get a roadmap for rallying the troops, creating a stir, and make change that doesn’t fall flat.
- Blog Designer, Internet Consultant, and October #Unprocessed founder Andrew Wilder
- Food blogger and Sustainable Seafood Blog Project founder Jessie Johnson
- Food allergy blogger and Food Allergy Bloggers Conference Founder Jenny Sprague
- Food activist and blogger Vani Hari