Kelly Wickham is a public school administrator at a technology magnet school. She is a writer who pens the blog "Mocha Momma" where she writes about being a teen mom, education issues, and the intersection of race.
|9:00am||Pathfinder Day at BlogHer 12|
|HealthMinder Day at BlogHer '12|
|4:30pm||Live Address to BlogHer Attendees from President Barack Obama|
|6:00pm||OFFICIAL BLOGHER PARTY: Evening at the Expo|
|8:00pm||OFFICIAL BLOGHER PARTY: The People's Party|
|10:00pm||OFFICIAL BLOGHER PARTY: Queerosphere|
Gena Hamshaw is a certified clinical nutritionist and post-baccalaureate, pre-medical student at Georgetown University. In her non-academic life, she’s the voice behind the blog Choosing Raw, where she shares healthful, delicious recipes, as well as tips on how to explore vegan and raw food simply and affordably. Gena is a columnist for VegNews magazine, and has written or contributed to pieces in O Magazine, Whole Living, and Glamour online.
Gena is passionate about showing people that healthy choices can be rewarding choices. A former eating disorder sufferer, she is an advocate of healthy body image and eating disorder awareness within the vegan community and the healthy eating community at large.
Courtney is the Deputy Coalitions Director in charge of women’s outreach for Mitt Romney for President. Previously she was a Director at California based communications firm, Broad Strategy, a position she has held since 2010. During the 2010 cycle, she served as the Statewide Women's Coalition Director on Meg Whitman's gubernatorial race. A native of Northern California, she has previously worked in Finance at the National Republican Senatorial Committee as well as for Fred Thompson for Presidential Campaign and in the Capitol Hill office of former Congressman John Shadegg of Arizona.
Woman, daughter, sister, friend, wife, mother and architect of a mostly benevolent plan of future world domination.
There will be ice cream and Dr. Pepper for everyone.
Short bursts of Faiqa can also be experienced on Twitter, as well.