128. Blogalicious 2011 Conference
I had planned to just let you know that Blogalicious 2011 is a celebration of diversity in social media. A conference that brings folks together to share information and inspiration and to find ways to make a stronger impact on the digital landscape.
All true. All inspiring. And all very important.
But as the Blogalicious mantra goes, My blog is an expression of me. And I would be remiss if i didn’t take a few moments to highlight Stacey, one of the founder’s of Blogalicious and someone that has been a huge inspiration for us here at District365.
Stacey aka “Justice Fergie” is a former attorney, accomplished public speaker and rising social media personality who has been featured in Southern Living Magazine, on Mashable and on XM radio. With multiple media responsibilities, including being an ambassador for Conagra foods, she is also the co-founder of The Social Niche, a company devoted to celebrating diversity in social media and the force behind the Blogalicious conference.
With all of these responsibilities, she is also a wife and mother of three. We don’t know how she does it!
“Justice Fergie” has been a great friend to us at District365 and we wanted to contribute in our own little way to the Be Blogalicious community and the Blogalicious Weekend conference held the weekend of October 21 to 23 in Washington DC.
At BLOGALICIOUS 2011, you’ll laugh, network, and help ignite a sense of unity within the multicultural blogging community. Between the laughter and fun and bonding, if you have a few moments to get out in the city, we hope this little list of fun things to do in Washington DC makes your weekend even better. (Click the cover to download it instantly)
Part of what makes blogging so enjoyable is the ability to connect with other bloggers and to become friends with someone by virtue of this shared experience. Hope you have a blast in Washington DC for the Blogalicious 2011 Conference.
P.S. Are you going to Blogalicious? What do you look forward to the most? Let me know in the comments below.