I can’t wait to speak at the 2015 PA Conference for Women, November 19 at the Pennsylvania Conference Center. There is an amazing lineup of speakers, unparalleled networking, and a great opportunity to focus your personal and professional goals. Will I see you there?
Keynote Speakers include Jessica Alba, founder and chief creative officer of The Honest Company, Rachael Ray, New York Times best-selling author of more than twenty cookbooks, Gloria Steinem, writer, lecturer, editor and feminist activist, and John Jacobs, co-founder and chief creative optimist of The Life is Good Company.
Also, there will be more than 150 speakers including coach Gloria Mayfield Banks; Jessica Jackley, co-founder of Kiva and Profounder; Mary Spio, CEO of Next Galaxy Media and author of It’s Not Rocket Science: 7 Game-Changing Traits for Uncommon Success; Aliza Licht, DKNY PR GIRL and author of Leave Your Mark: Land Your Dream Job, Kill It in Your Career, Rock Social Media; Elizabeth Thornton, author of The Objective Leader: How to Leverage the Power of Seeing Things As They Are; and many more.
I will be leading a Social Media Roundtable. It’ll offer an informal and intimate setting to share best practices around a social media topic. Roundtables are discussion-based and will not feature a formal presentation. Offered a total of three times allows attendees the opportunity to participate in multiple discussions on different topics.
My Roundtable at the PA Conference for Women is Top Tweeting Tips for Newbies on November 19, 2015, from 3:00 pm – 4:40 pm at the PA Convention Center. Please come with lots of questions.
Finding your voice and making it heard can be difficult on Twitter, which can easily become an endless stream of noise. This discussion will explore why and how Twitter is relevant to you and your business, and how you can stand out. We’ll also discuss how tools like lists and TweetDeck can help get you started and keep you on top of your Twitter game, as well as the power of the @[username].
Rhonda Serkes offers one-on-one instruction and corporate seminars on the power of Twitter. Known as “The Twitter Lady” in the Philadelphia area, she is also available for online instruction. For rates and availabilities, email Rhonda or call (610) 668-3020.