March 10: Morra will be speaking at SXSW on “Multiplatform Strategies for Making Good Happen”
March 6, 2014: Morra will be at Google speaking at the Autism Investment Conference Entrepreneurial Bootcamp
March 5, 2014: Morra is a panelist at the Rialto Women’s Luncheon “If Women in White Aren’t in the Picture, They’re Not in the Picture”
February 27, 2014: Morra taught the biannual workshop “Using Social Media to Launch Your Campaign or Organization” at Harvard Kennedy School
Oct. 24: Morra at 85Broads Boston for Secrets of the Digital Sisterhood
Oct. 5: Morra presented at the Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business Conference.
Aug 26: Morra presented at the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations Conference in Dubai
Aug. 21: Morra participated in the Women in Media panel at the Harvard-Radcliffe Women’s Leadership Conference
July 31: Morra spoke at Talk NYC’s Do Good Better: Innovations in Impact Marketing Conference
May 15: Join Morra and Christine online at 2pm ET on the brand new WHOA Network to talk about mom guilt.
May 10: Pivot:Boston 3: An evening of style! Check pivotboston.com for details.
May 2-4: Christine will be speaking at Mom 2.0
April 8-10: Morra spoke at the World Congress Business of Women’s Health
March 28: Join Christine for the Boston launch party for Minimalist Parenting. Buy your tickets here. All proceeds benefit March of Dimes.
March 21-23: Christine represented WomenOnline at BlissDom.
March 10: Women Online participated in GoodxGlobal, a day focused on tech, entrepreneurship, and social good at SXSW Interactive.
Dec. 6: Morra led a session on Building a Social Enterprise at the MA Conference for Women
Oct. 18: Morra keynoted the Brown University Women’s Launch Pad
Oct. 11 International Day of the Girl: Join Morra on Twitter to celebrate #DayoftheGirl – follow this hashtag or @10x10act
Oct. 6: Christine will travel to Ethiopia with ONE Moms
In September 2012 Morra was named one of Babble.com’s top 25 parenting bloggers in social good.
August 2-4, 2012: Morra spoke at BlogHer 2012 in New York City.
June 14, 2012: Morra spoke at the inaugural Work Family Researchers Network Conference. Her session, “Making Headlines In the Digital Age: How Scholars Can Grab the Media Spotlight and Retain Their Dignity” will be co-hosted by Stephanie Coontz and Maggie Jackson.
Pivot:Boston is a series of networking events for women in business, technology, and social media in the Boston area. In October 2011, Morra Aarons-Mele and Christine Koh of Women Online, Roxanna Sarmiento of Everyday Treats and Whitney Johnson of Rose Park Advisors hosted the first Pivot Boston. The response to the inaugural event was overwhelming — the 120 person event sold out (tickets were $10; proceeds were donated in entirety to charity) and ran a wait list. And attendees described it as “the best networking event in Boston.”
May 8, 2012: It’s Pivot:Boston II!! Visit www.pivotboston.com for details.
May 3-5, 2012: Morra in Providence for The Women’s Leadership Conference: Celebrating 120 Years of Women at Brown!
April 25-27, 2012: Morra spoke at the The World Congress Leadership Summit on the Business of Women’s Health.
April 19-20, 2012: Morra spoke at the Campaign Tech Conference in Washington, D.C. with Heather Holdridge of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Michael Silberman of Greenpeace.
February 23-25, 2012: Christine spoke at Blissdom.
January 2012: Christine spoke at her alma mater, Wheaton College, about career 180s.
January 10, 2012: Morra provided commentary on the New Hampshire Primary for ABC’s local affiliate here in Boston, WCVB. Check out her take on Ron Paul’s support online and Mitt Romney’s interesting Twitter strategy on primary day.
December 8, 2011: Massachusetts Conference for Women — Morra Aarons-Mele, Christine Koh, and Kaitlyn Dowling spoke about social media/online brand consulting.
November 10, 2011: The Pursuit of Healthiness Powered by Social Media – Women Online implemented this online chat, co-hosted by the American Cancer Society and The Motherhood.
October 4, 2011: Pivot Boston – Morra Aarons-Mele and Christine Koh were co-organizers of this inaugural event about career change in the digital age. google-site-verification: googledd565c181d4c3cb4.html