Katherine Mancuso is a GimpGirl Community Liaison, part of a wonderful team of women with disabilities led by Jennifer Cole who have been facilitating a vibrant community of women with disabilities on the web for 12 years at http://www.gimpgirl.com. In her other lives, she does interactive design & accessibility at Disney Imagineering & Parks and Resorts Online, is a masters student in Digital Media at Georgia Tech, works on developing internet standards for virtual worlds through the W3C and IETF, and is part of an artists' collective that does virtual world development, The Vesuvius Group (http://www.thevesuviusgroup.com).
Liz Henry is a producer and software developer at BlogHer, the award-winning blogging network for women. She has been writing online since 1990, and has been a key figure in organizing BarCamp, BarCampBlock, WoolfCamp, and Wiki Wednesday. She is a poet and literary translator as well as a blogger. At BlogHer you can find her in the Geek Lab, happy to set up peer mentoring and help out with your blog templates and code on any blogging platform.
Maya Bisineer is an entrepreneur. She founded MeMeTales to provide parents with tools to raise smarter kids. MeMeTales gives parents resources disguised as inspiration and kids learning disguised as mobile games. Last year, Maya officially relocated to the SF Bay area, raised funding and officially joined the entrepreneur bandwagon.
Maya's life before startups involved big companies, software development, architecture and technology strategy. Maya has been a speaker at several social media and tech conferences including Blogher 11, Blogher 12, Blogher 13, Blissdom, EVO, OReilly's Tools of Change, GeekGirlCon, WomenWhoStartup, 140Conf and more.
Britt Bravo is a blogger, podcaster, and juicy blogging coach. She's also a creative career consultant who loves to help people find and express their calling. She started blogging in 2005 with the launch of her blog, Have Fun * Do Good. Since then, she's written for BlogHer, the Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, The Huffington Post, NetSquared, Sparked, the Stanford Social Innovation Review Opinion Blog, WEtv’s WE Volunteer blog, and WorldChanging. Her local paper, The East Bay Express, named her the Best Podcaster/Blogger Most Dedicated to Social Change. When she's not blogging, Britt loves to cook, collage, write letters, interview big visionaries, and bring groups of people together, online and offline.