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Meet the Band: Orange Whip

The Squirrels, Karla, Mandy, and Michelle went nuts and out did themselves once again! They booked Orange Whip to finish out the amazing day and to help us all celebrate 5 years of NEPA BlogCon together. There won’t be a better way to party, than to groove on over to Susquehanna Brewing Company and meet…

It’s Simple, It’s Not Easy

Guest Post by Elspeth Misiaszek, NEPA BlogCon 2015 Presenter Thank you so much to everyone who attended the NEPA BlogCon for your inspiring questions.  I cannot begin to tell you how grateful I am for the ways that you challenged me to think through several of my guiding business principles. Now, let’s talk business. The key…

Meet the Speaker: Clay LePard

After a last minute cancellation, Clay LePard from WNEP-TV/Newswatch 16 agreed to speak at NEPA BlogCon 2015 about using TV and video to become a subject matter expert.  Clay is one of the newer members of the Newswatch 16 team, joining the station in October 2014 after spending several years reporting for WHBF in Rock…

Meet the Speaker: Chris Barrows

1.  What do you do for a living (company you work for, official title, daily responsibilities, etc.)? I currently am working at Social Media and Mobile Products Coordinator at New York University. In addition, I also am the chairperson of the Edu Web Digital Summit and run the Why I Social Podcast. My day-to-day work…

Meet the Speaker: The Food Blogger/Social Media Panel

  We’re hosting a panel of small business owners and bloggers who have succeeded in the growing food and beverage industry within NEPA. On the panel, we’ll have Matt Serniak and Matt Lynch (the guys behind the award-winning NEPA Wing Men wing review blog), Mario Bevilacqua (owner and chef of What the FORK Truck and…

Meet the Speaker: Catherine Shefski

1.  What do you do for a living (company you work for, official title, daily responsibilities, etc.)? During the day I work as an administrative assistant at a classical music management company outside of Philadelphia. But every evening and weekend I work on my side-hustle building a business as a freelance web-designer and content creator….

Meet the Speaker: Donna Talarico

1.  What do you do for a living (company you work for, official title, daily responsibilities, etc.)? In May I became an independent writer/consultant. My most recent position was director of integrated communications at Elizabethtown College, and I was there for five years. Prior to that, I worked for eCommerce company Solid Cactus, first in…

Meet the Speaker: Elspeth Misiaszek

1.  What do you do for a living (company you work for, official title, daily responsibilities, etc.)? For the last four years, I’ve been the innovator behind eMarketing Copywriter. I’ve written for hundreds of businesses, blowing up SEO blogging campaigns and providing marketing consultations for coaches that are launching large. I earn a full-time living…

Meet the Speaker: Brittany Thomas

1.  What do you do for a living (company you work for, official title, daily responsibilities, etc.)? I work for Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation as the Coordinator of External Affairs. My job is completely varied day-to-day but includes overseeing Cabot’s social and digital presence, managing our internship program, community outreach, legislative outreach, media relations,…

Meet the Speaker: Dee Culp

1.  What do you do for a living (company you work for, official title, daily responsibilities, etc.)? I am a professional computer fixer and a savior of smart phones for a company called NEPA Geeks in Mountain Top, PA. My daily responsibilities usually include opening the shop promptly (more or less) at 9 am and…