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Registration for Blogging While Brown 2014 is now open.  If the form below does not work, click this link to go directly to the Eventbrite registration page

FRIDAY, June 27, 2014

8:45AM - 9:00AM          

Opening Remarks-Gina McCauley, Founder of Blogging While Brown

9:00AM - 10:00:AM          

How To Build A $100K Blogging Business - Jullien Gordon, and B.P.A.I.D.


Email Marketing- Kendra Webb-Scott, Ideazio, Inc and


Law for Bloggers - Miriam Nicole Huffman, One Loop Consulting

12:30PM -1:30PM- LUNCH


Blogs and Brands-Moderated by Jacque Reid                                         

Tola Lawal, SixOne7Creative, Nadia Jones, Niche Parent Network, Brandi Riley, Collective Bias’

2:45PM -3:45 PM           

CAPSTONE: Productizing & Ideation for Bloggers


BWB Conference Schedule

Friday, June 27, 2014

Registration--Schomburg Lobby

Opening Remarks - Langston Hughes Auditorium
Gina McCauley, Founder of Blogging While Brown

Girls Compete Women Cooperate: How to Use Bloggers in Your Niche to Build  a  Network
Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, The Budgetnista Kara Stevens, The Frugal Feminista Tonya Rapley, My Fab Finance Marsha Horton Barnes, Financial Empowerment Tiffany Victoria Williams, My Fab Finance

How to Form Kick@$$ Collaborations to Boost Your Web Traffic & Increase Your Social  Media Following Sheree Adams, Smart & Sassy Mom Christine St. Vil, Moms ‘N Charge

OPENING PARTY - Mardis Gras! - Aloft Harlem

 Saturday, June 28, 2014    

Registration & Light Breakfast - Schomburg Lobby
Opening Remarks - Langston Hughes Auditorium
Gina McCauley, Founder of Blogging While Brown
L. Michelle Smith, AT&T U.S. Diversity Corporate Communications
Elisa Camahort Page, BlogHer

Markus Robinson, Interactive One    

Breakout #1-Six Ways to Make Six Figures From Blogging Without Ad Revenue - Langston Hughes Auditorium

Lamar & Ronnie Tyler, Black and Married with Kids     

Breakout #2-Learn to Code 101 -American Negro Theatre

Keisha J. Reed, KJR Consulting    



Lunch & Learn #1- American Negro Theatre
Blogging 101
Arsha Jones, BrandBuildSell

*Lunch may be brought into the American Negro Theatre.     

Lunch & Learn #2 - Langston Hughes Auditorium
Pivot Point: Is it Time to Move on From Your Blog?-SPONSORED BY COMCAST NBC UNIVERSAL
Alfred Edmond, Jr., Senior Vice President/Chief Content Officer, Black Enterprise
Gina McCauley, Founder, Blogging While Brown
Aisha Jefferson, Digital Editor, Comcast Xfinity

*No food allowed in the Langston Hughes Auditorium.    

1:00PM-2:00PM - Langston Hughes Auditorium
Breakout #3-The New ABCs of Growing Your Business

Elisa Camahort Page, BlogHer    

1:00PM-1:30PM    -American Negro Theatre
Breakout #4-Social Currency - Using Triberr To Grow Your Blog-
Jaha Knight, Karasi Media Group    

1:30PM-2:00PM    - American Negro Theatre
Breakout #4.5 - Yeezy Taught Us

Will Hatcher, Delicious Bath Water     
2:00PM-2:15PM    BREAK - 15 MINUTES    
2:15PM-3:15PM -Langston Hughes Auditorium
Breakout #5-How to Get Invited to Speak at Conferences - 

Sarah Milstein, Lean Startup Productions      

Breakout#7- You Can't Be Social Without Mobile First - American Negro Theatre

Kristin Bolton-Keys, Mobile Product Manager Alicia Dixon, Product Manager
3:15PM-3:30PM    BREAK -15 MINUTES    
Media Relations and Pitching - Langston Hughes Auditorium

Matt E. Stevens, Prune Juice Media and Jorian L. Seay, Ebony Magazine    

Visual Blogging - American Negro Theatre

Michael Scott Jones,Director of Multimedia, Interactive One
Sarah Glover, Social Media Editor NBC10 Philadelphia 
Stephanie Smith, Founder, 300 Sandwiches
4:30PM-4:40PM    BREAK - 10 MINUTES    
Closing Remarks- Langston Hughes Auditorium

Gina McCauley
BlogHer Giveaway
5:00PM-6:00PM    SPONSORED BY AT&T - Langston Hughes Auditorium
Trending Topics in Tech: Faith in a Mobile World

Jason Caston, Technology and Social Media Director, T.D. Jakes Ministries
L. Michelle Smith, AT&T U.S. Diversity Corporate Communications
Chip Dizard, Ministry Multimedia Expert
Tiffani Robinson, Digital and Social Expert    

Closing Party  Aloft Harlem