Sisterhood, the Blog

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Sisterhood, the Blog celebrates digital diva shero Kety Esquivel, Executive Director/CEO of Latinos in Social Media

Greeting All,

Sisterhood, the Blog (STB) is celebrating digital diva sheroes during National Women’s History Month.  Digital diva sheroes are women who use the Internet to do great work online and offline.  They are also women who will be featured in Ananda Leeke’s next book Sisterhood, the Blog: Soundbytes from the 21st Century Women’s Online Revolution.

Today, we are celebrating Kety Esquivel, the Executive Director and CEO of Latinos in Social Media.  Kety is also a published author, consultant, TV commentator, world traveler, and execcoach.  She recently served as the New Media Director for the National Council of La Raza.   In December, Kety and a dynamic group a/k/a the “Six Latinas” organized the first Latinos in Social Media DC conference.  For more information about Kety, follow her on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ketye.

March 22, 2010 Posted by | digital diva sheroes, National Women's History Month, Sisterhood the Blog book | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sisterhood, the Blog celebrates digital diva shero Heather Blanchard, co-founder of Crisis Commons

Greeting All,

Sisterhood, the Blog (STB) is celebrating digital diva sheroes during National Women’s History Month.  Digital diva sheroes are women who use the Internet to do great work online and offline.  They are also women who will be featured in Ananda Leeke’s next book Sisterhood, the Blog: Soundbytes from the 21st Century Women’s Online Revolution.

Today, we are celebrating Heather Blanchard, a technology evangelist, aspiring music writer, humanitarian, and co-founder of Crisis Commons http://www.crisiscommons.org.  Crisis Commons was established as an impromptu Tweetup at Government 2.0 Camp to unite communities, seek common ground, and cultivate innovation in the use of technology for mobility and efficiency during crisis in March 2009.  For more information about Heather, follow her on Twitter: http://twitter.com/poplifegirl. Be sure to read her blog about music and technology: http://www.newcicada.com.

March 22, 2010 Posted by | digital diva sheroes, National Women's History Month, Sisterhood the Blog book | , , , , | Leave a comment

Sisterhood, the Blog celebrates Nonprofit evangelist/digital diva shero Rosetta Thurman

Rosetta Thurman

Greetings All,

Sisterhood, the Blog is celebrating digital diva sheroes during National Women’s History Month.  Digital diva sheroes are women who use the Internet to do great work online and offline.  They are also women who will be featured in Ananda Leeke’s next book Sisterhood, the Blog: Soundbytes from the 21st Century Women’s Online Revolution. 

Today, we are celebrating Rosetta Thurman, a D.C.-based “nonprofit evangelist” who shares her gifts and talents as a blogger, entrepreneur, writer, speaker, professor, and leadership development consultant.  Rosetta currently serves as president of Thurman Consulting and teaches nonprofit management and leadership at Trinity University’s  School of Professional Studies.  In addition, she hosts All Nonprofits Considered, a weekly show on BlogTalkRadio. Her blog promotes  next generation leadership for social change.  You can follow Rosetta on Twitter too.

Be sure to check out two of our favorite posts from Rosetta’s blog:  28 Days of Black Nonprofit Leaders and Shine While Your Light’s On: Top 10 Young Nonproftessionals on Twitter.

Did you know Rosetta is writing a book? The title is Getting from Entry Level to Leadership: 50 Ways to Accelerate Your Nonprofit Career.  She is using her blog to chronicle her book writing journey.  We are very excited about the book and look forward to its completion! 

March 3, 2010 Posted by | Black Women Leaders, Sisterhood the Blog book, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Happy National Women’s History Month: Celebrating digital diva shero/career strategist Boni Candelario

Happy March!

Happy National Women’s History Month!

The 2010 theme of National Women’s History Month is “Writing Women Back into  History.  Click here to learn more: www.nwhp.org/whm/index.php.

Sisterhood, the Blog is celebrating digital diva sheroes during National Women’s History Month.  Digital diva sheroes are women who use the Internet to do great work online and offline.  They are also women who will be featured in Ananda Leeke’s next book Sisterhood, the Blog: Soundbytes from the 21st Century Women’s Online Revolution.

Who are your digital diva sheroes?

Boni Candelario

Today, Sisterhood, the Blog is celebrating digital diva shero Boni Candelario, a career strategist and empowerment coach.  Boni helps women in career transition, re-enter the workforce, climb the corporate ladder, and start their own businesses. She has a diverse background in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Leadership, and Human Resources.  FYI – Boni is known as Coach’m Up Boni!

You can learn more about Boni and her fabulous business by visiting:

Boni is partnering with Sisterhood, the Blog Radio’s Business of Being You (BizBU) four-part series on “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs in 2010 with Coach’m Up Boni.”  The shows will air on March 28, April 11, May 23, and June 27 at 7:00 p.m. EST on Talkshoe.com: www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015. See the list of show topics below.

  • March 28th Show: Confidence building for women job seekers,
  • April 11th Show: Resume 2.0: Giving your resume a facelift by finding the treasure in your life experience,
  • May 23rd Show: How to talk about your experience so it creates buzz and attention, and
  • June 27th  Show: How women can use social media to identify job leads.

March 2, 2010 Posted by | BizBU Series, Boni Candelario, Business of Being You, Coaching, digital diva sheroes, Jobs, Sisterhood the Blog 2010 Season, Sisterhood the Blog book, Sisterhood the Blog radio | , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Sisterhood, the Blog Returns on March 1, 2010!

Happy 2010!

Sisterhood, the Blog’s social media project on WordPress, Facebook, and Talkshoe.com will return on March 1.

Join us for a month long celebration of National Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day (March 8). The National Women’s History Project is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.  The 2010 theme is “Writing Women Back into History.”

Sisterhood, the Blog will be using Twitter in January and February to stay in touch:  http://twitter.com/sisterhdtheblog.

Enjoy January and February!

Ananda Leeke

January 19, 2010 Posted by | Sisterhood the Blog 2010 Season | , , , | Leave a comment