Tag Archives: BlogHer

Elisa Camahort Page

Speaker Announcement: BlogHer Co-Founder and COO Elisa Camahort Page

Join us in welcoming #BlogHer‘s Elisa Camahort Page to #FABlogCon! The Co-Founder and COO of BlogHer, Inc. will be speaking about “The Power of Your Written Words” as we open September 27th’s Sanofi-sponsored “Wine and Sign” event! 

Elisa Camahort Page co-founded BlogHer, Inc., in 2005 with Jory Des Jardins and Lisa Stone, and serves as the company’s COO. Elisa oversees events, PR, Social, Research, and Content & Creative Services. With Elisa leading the BlogHer events business, it has grown from a single conference hosting 300 attendees in 2005, to many diverse events that hosted nearly 4,000 attendees in 2014. Elisa’s work leading consumer insights and public relations has resulted in coverage from many leading media outlets, including USA TODAY, New York Times, Washington Post, Advertising Age, Forbes, Fast Company, CNN, CNBC Squawk box, CBS This Morning, TODAY Show, the Wall Street Journal, and more.

Elisa Camahort Page

Elisa Camahort Page

Together, BlogHer’s co-founders were named among Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in 2013, in the Ernst & Young Winning Women Class of 2011, and among the seven most powerful people in new media by Forbes Magazine. In 2011, they were jointly awarded the PepsiCo Women’s Inspiration Award and in 2008, the Anita Borg Institute Social Impact Award. Elisa has also been honored as an NCWIT Hero, an AlwaysOn Power Player, and as one of the AWM’s Sixty@60.

Elisa is a founding Fellow of the Society for New Communications Research and serves on the Board of Directors of the 42nd Street Moon Theatre in San Francisco, the programming advisory committee for SXSW Interactive and SXSW V2V, Advisory Board for Food on the Table, the Board of Advisors of the Anita Borg Institute, the Advisory Board for Our Hen House and as a Member of the Digital Hollywood Women’s Entertainment and Technology Board.

Notable past BlogHer speakers in the past have included: President Barack Obama, Martha Stewart, Katie Couric, Kerry Washington, Jenny Lawson, Arianna Huffington, Sheryl Sandberg, and Amy Sedaris. The event recently celebrated its 10th year. FABlogCon’s own Jenny Sprague spoke at BlogHer Food this past year and Elisa serves as a founding advisory panel member for the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference.

Elisa is a wonderful and engaging speaker as well as being an inspiring entrepreneurship success story. We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to hear her message and meet with her in Las Vegas next month!

(We’re thrilled and honored that she will be joining us!)

– Jenny and Homa
http://www.fablogcon.com/

#BlogHerFood 2014 Bound – Turning Food Ethics Into Action Panel

Jenny Sprague, Co-Founder of the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference

Jenny Sprague, Co-Founder of the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference

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!

Event Date: May 17, 2014
Time: 10:15am – 11:45am
Conference Day: Day 2
Conference: BlogHer Food ’14

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.

Moderator:

  • Blog Designer, Internet Consultant, and October #Unprocessed founder Andrew Wilder

Speakers:

(Source: http://www.blogher.com/panel-turning-food-ethics-action)

 

Kim Pebley Q & A

We will be introducing you to the speakers and attendees of the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference by sharing their responses to a few questions. We have asked them to choose to answer 3-5 of these questions:
1. Who do you look forward to seeing/meeting most at FABC and why?
2. Which of your blog posts are you most proud of and why?
3. Which panel topic do you look forward to hearing most and why?
4. What is the best thing about food allergies?
5. What motivated you to start blogging about food allergies?
6. What is the best thing about the online food allergy community?
7. What other blogger would you most like to meet and why?
8. What other blogger has inspired you?
9. What is one of your favorite posts written by another blogger and why?
10. If you didn’t have or deal with food allergies, what would be your 3 favorite foods to eat/try?”

Kim Pebley blogs at Gluten Free in Arizona and can be found on Twitter @GFKimAZ.

kim1

1. Who do you look forward to seeing/meeting most at FABC and why? Everyone!  Can’t wait to see some of my long time gluten free friends who are advocates, authors and bloggers.  I’m also pretty stoked to see some of my new bloggy friends from BlogHer ’13.  Of course, I’m ecstatic to make new friends at FABC in Las Vegas.  Many of us know each other through electronic media and will recognize each other immediately so we feel like friends already.

4. What is the best thing about food allergies? There are so many positive things about being diagnosed with celiac disease that I could make you a list from A to Z and then some.  I’ve learned so much about food in the last 5 years. Among the plethora of information is a better understanding of where my food comes from and what it’s truly made of.  One of my other favorite things that being diagnosed is to confirmation of what I’ve known all along, food can be your best friend or your worst enemy.

5. What motivated you to start blogging about food allergies?  Blogging about food sensitivities is both an outlet to vent and a motivator to keep trying until we find the best results.  Regardless of your issues, whether they be celiac disease, anaphylactic allergies or a plethora of food intolerances – there is someone out there that needs your help and/or guidance.  No one should ever find that they are isolated due to allergies or autoimmune disorders.

8. What other blogger has inspired you? My inspiration to begin a blog began with one of my first Twitter encounters with a blogger called The Spicy RD.  She is a phenomenal writer, an incredible food photographer and also an RD.  EA was patient, kind and always there for me when I was trying to figure out whether to start a blog.  Her energy and love of healthy food is contagious.  EA’s blog can be found at http://www.eastewart.com/

9. What is one of your favorite posts written by another blogger and why? One of the best blog posts I’ve ever read came from Alysa at www.inspiredrd.com.  At a time she published this post, much was going awry during Celiac Awareness Month.  Those with celiac disease and NCGS were being called things like “glutards” by people who have no concept of what we deal with on a daily basis.  We were all growing weary and I was quite saddened by the level of food bullying that exists among adults.  If you know me, you know that I am not a crier but this post made me ball like a baby. http://inspiredrd.com/2013/05/what-i-want-you-to-know-celiac-disease.html