Sheryl Victor Levy Featured on Podcast, Women Killing It.

Women Killing It is a podcast where career rockstars share what has worked for them, how they got where they are today, and what they wish they knew sooner. #keepkillingit Ep. 43: Digital Marketing Pioneer Sheryl Victor Levy Lives the Life She Wants “I decided quite recently that my life was not going to be one big compromise. With […]

New York Tech Meetup Recap

I attended last night’s NY Tech Meetup. And, apparently, it’s a coveted ticket. I had an extra and I received more than 25 emails in less than 24 hours requesting the ticket! The group that “met up” was comprised of people in various Tech positions across many industries, located in NYC. I have to say, […]

Sheryl Victor Levy to Speak at Alexia Vernon’s Moxie Camp

I’m so excited to share with you Alexia Vernon’s inaugural Moxie Camp 2012 in New York City this June 29-July 1, 2012. Moxie Camp is designed for women who work in social enterprise or the nonprofit sector, want to start or grow a socially conscious business, or who simply want to scale their positive impact in the […]

Been a Tumblin Using Tumblr — and Liking It!

Been using tumblr lately and lovin’ it. Mostly because the user interface is so easy to use, and I can blog in sound bites rather than write a whole article. In fact, I like it so much, I’m blogging right now about blogging. Would one classify it as blogging on tumblr? Or maybe “a bloggin’ […]

The Internet is Messy — According to David Weinberger

I recently had the privilege of hearing David Weinberger, author of The Cluetrain Manifesto speak at a New York Technology Council event at Frankfurt, Kurnit. David Weinberger is a Harvard researcher and most recently author of Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest […]

Consider Giving the Gift of Literacy

I’m sending this on behalf of my client at Phil & Co., the Brooke Jackman Foundation. They do wonderful work here in the New York area. Consider giving the gift of literacy this holiday season to an under-served child.