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BlogHer17 @ Hilton Orlando
Jun 22 – Jun 24 all-day

BlogHer was founded in 2005 by Lisa Stone, Elisa Camahort Page, and Jory Des Jardins to answer the question, “Where are the women bloggers?” Since then, BlogHer has become an unstoppable movement, inspiring women to find their voices and turn their passions into content, community and commerce, attracting some of the web’s best talent and top social sites, in topics from food and fashion to politics and parenting.

Today, the BlogHer conference is the largest annual celebration of women online content creators, social media influencers , entrepreneurs, media makers and brand marketers. BlogHer is a member of the SheKnows Media family, a mission-driven women’s media company and the number-one women’s lifestyle digital media company, with 79 million unique visitors per month. Our mission is simple: Women inspiring women.


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Generation W Bloggers


Donna Orender

Articles by this authorHow Daughters Influence Their DadsAs we reflect on the special men in our lives this weekend, our dads, we thought it would be nice to give a shout out to some very special fathers. read more

Patti Minglin

Articles by this authorWhy I'm Ready to Embrace AmbitionNext Wednesday, fashion icon Tory Burch will be launching a new campaign called “Embrace Ambition.” According to the , the campaign will feature famous people (both male and female) “reclaiming read more

Angie Orth

Articles by this author6 Things I Wish I Knew at 171. You don’t have to have all the answers now. Deciding where to go to college and what to major in are huge decisions, ones I recall stressing about as if read more

Candace Moody

Articles by this author2017 is the Year of the Red Fire ChickenAs 2016, the Year of the Monkey, departs, we welcome in the Year of the Red Fire Chicken on February 3. In the Chinese Zodiac, the tenth year of the read more

Tina Lifford

Articles by this authorSimple Answers for Moving ForwardOver the course of our lives, we will have to recover from all kinds of experiences. However, within every challenge there lies a doorway to a higher, more invincible you. Adopt an read more

Jennifer Wolfe

Articles by this authorGeneration WORKS: Changing Jacksonville One Connection, One Action at a Time    When I first started my new business, Women Writing for (a) Change in Jacksonville, my goal was to meet with any organization in town that supported read more

Kathryn Pearson Peyton

Articles by this authorReading your Mammogram Report: Why Density MattersIt’s not enough to read: “Your recent mammogram appears normal. Recommend annual screening mammography in one year.” In fact, 28 states have now passed laws that require mammogram reports also read more

Sanyin Siang

Articles by this authorAn Olympian and IOC board member reflects on a life in sports"Sport is such a reflection of society, and when you have equal numbers of women and men, it reflects on how you value women and where you place them in read more

Ashley Tappan

Articles by this authorFitness & Transformational Leadership: What's the Connection?  Many of us (athletes or not) are moved by stories of athletic pursuits that translate into lessons of transformational leadership. But what if you tried an athletic pursuit read more

Larraine Segil

Articles by this authorFearless Leadership: Don’t Be Afraid of the “No”Being CEO of an Advanced Materials Distribution Company, a Healthcare company and a Professional services firm taught me much about leadership – what works, and what doesn’t. I read more

April Rudin

Articles by this author2 + 2 = 5 - The New Math Behind Purpose-Driven PhilanthropyWith the winter holidays and end of the year approaching, now is the time that many of us take a closer look at our charitable giving — maybe it’s the read more

Kristen Walker

Articles by this authorStop Looking for Evidence of What You Don't WantYou know that uneasy feeling you get when you know you’re doing something that’s not good for you … but you keep doing it anyway? Maybe you’re staying in read more

Calla O'Neil

Articles by this authorThe Wow of a 13-year-old and the Wisdom of her GramCalla:         Hey Gram…. I’ve started thinking about helping to make my community a better place. I think it’s very important for young girls like me to speak up and create read more

Amanda Mickelson

Articles by this authorI Am a Young WomanI am a young woman, and I live in a world that believes my youth makes me incapable and my womanhood makes me weak. I am a young woman, and read more