Join the ladies of Techturized in the Interactive Atrium and tell your hair story! Have you recently gone natural? Are you thinking about going natural? Do you just meet the love of your life? Tell your story at Techturized.
Techturized is the ubiquitous place to talk, shop, and get personal advice for hair. We help brands understand their customers and give women personal hair recommendations. This experience revolutionizes the way women interact with each other by connecting through hair and intimate details about their life. From receiving recommendations to retrospective reminiscing, Techturized is a destination for personal guidance and self-expression.
Uber Atlanta, an on demand private car service, will be doing a demo of their app which allows people to call a driver from their smartphone or iPad.
Learn How to Promote & Self Your Music Online with attorney, musician and visiual artist and activist, Stacy Epps. Including tips on fan websites, gigs, music licensing opportunities etc.
ABOUT STACY EPPS
Stacy Epps is unique in her success in the two realms of the law and the arts. Stacy Epps is an
entertainment attorney, an artist/musician and an instructor of music business, who is distinctly
attuned to the needs of artists and creative professionals. These two worlds blend perfectly for Stacy Epps in her need for balance in using her intellectual and artistic side. Stacy Epps earned her Bachelor of Arts with high distinction in Sociology and African American Studies from the University of Virginia and her Juris Doctor from the University of Southern California where she focused on entertainment law. While at USC Law, Stacy served as President of the Black Law Students Association and the Entertainment Law Society. She also studied abroad for six weeks in South Africa at the University of the Western Cape Law School, where she studied South African Constitutional Law.
Upon graduation, Stacy Epps, worked on her music and business full time. This culminated in the release of Stacy’s album “The Awakening” via her own imprint Japanubia Musik, LLC. She toured around the world sharing her message of love, light and healing with the people. She also handled all of the business aspects in relation to this release. Stacy also worked with a boutique entertainment law firm, whom she still currently consults with. Stacy then started her own firm, Epps Harrell, LLC that is dedicated to servicing the needs of very selective clients whose art she truly believes in. Stacy’s practice focuses on entertainment transactions including drafting and negotiating producer and artist deals, intellectual property issues related to trademarks and copyrights, publishing and licensing issues particularly related to music.
Stacy has a passion of sharing her knowledge and experience with the younger generations. She is able to do this through her position as an adjunct faculty member of music business at the Art Institute of Atlanta. Stacy is currently a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Entertainment and Sports Bar Section and the American Bar Association.
Get a one on one session with a Tech Creative who has success in blogging, graphics, filmmaking, animation, music and more! Ask your questions and get the answers you need!
Here is the schedule of creatives:
Pamela Sanders 11am - 11:40am
Oronike Odeleye 11:50pm - 12:30pm
Keisha Solomon 12:40pm -1:20pm
Terra Coles 1:30pm -2:10pm
Erika Hartfield 2:20pm - 3:10pm
Luckie Daniels 4:10-5:00pm
Attendees will sign up for their one on one consult at the Ask A Creative Table the day of the event.
All sessions are 10 minutes.
Snapshot of Creatives:
Oronike Odeleye: Graphic Design and Project Management
Pamela Sanders: Writer and Blogger
Luckie Daniels: Social Media Strategist and Web 2.0 Expert
Erica Hartfield: Content Creator and Blogger
Kisha Solomon: Writer and Content Manager
NA!RA: Music Production and Graphic Design
Terra Coles: Portrait Photographeer and Food Entrepreneur
For more information about our creatives, visit www.womeninteractive.net/2012/10/11/ask-the-creative
Learn the ins and outs of Blogging from Industry Profesionals. Moderated by digital strategist, Lauren Thomas this panel includes:
Christan Rochon -Divas & Dorks
Mattie James - Mattieologie, Director of Fashion Bloggers of Color
Tami Reed- Talking with Tami
Lamar & Ronnie Tyler- Black and Married with Kids.com
Attendees are responsible for getting their own lunch. However the Spelman College cafeteria is open and can offer great food options for you. There are also several great places to eat on Peters street.
Attendees are also encourage to brown bag it and enjoy their lunch in our Network Connection sitting area just outside the Cosby Building.
When conspirators benefit from the impotence of the masses, they shake in their evil penny-loafers and gym shoes when finding out that a hero has stood up to their injustice - a hero who doesn't back down - an avatar with selfless purpose - a champion that knows no fear. She is Edwina. And soon they all understand that SHE IS UNSTOPPABLE.
Watch two episodes of new webseries, Mommy Uncensored. The Bernie Mac Show meets The New Adventures of Old Christine in this web series that chronicles stay at home mom, Karen Wright’s, uncharted journey through the crazy realities of motherhood. Based on real-mommy experiences, Karen’s unorthodox approach to motherhood often puts her in hilarious situations with each episode resulting in her sharing her innermost feelings and insecurities confessional-style in the one place she can find refuge, the bathroom.
Charity Jordan created, produces and stars in this hilarious yet sometimes dramatic salute to all mothers around the world who have come to the realization that Claire Huxtable made it look a lot easier than it really is.
WATCH MOMMY UNCENSORED TRAILER HERE.
Join Tiffany Simpkins Russell as she speaks about her experience going from a newbie to someone with a great app. Learn more about her app at http://www.asongformiles.com.
This workshop is designed to discuss the pinning, posting, tweeting new frontier of Public Relations.
To follow this course you can also purchase "Are You In" ebook on PR: http://areyouininc.com/ebook/
Learn how to turn your blog or website to into a viable media source! Be the go to for news networks, shows, political blogs and more with news, politico and crime blogger Kimora Cochran.
Learn how to use the internet to promote social causes.
Presented by Felecia Hatcher, Crowd Funding 101, will present simple tips on how to create a successful crowd funding campaign. Crowd Funding is the latest trend for entrepreneurs and creatives alike. Using sites like Kickstarter and Indie GoGo new businesses are finding creative ways to fund their businesses.
About Felecia Hatcher
Felecia Hatcher is an author, social entrepreneur and the Chief Popsicle of Feverish Ice Cream & Gourmet Pops. For the past decade Felecia has dedicated her life to inspiring a new generation of leaders through her conversational talks on Entrepreneurship, College Funding and Personal Branding. Hatcher has been honored by the White House as one of the Top 100 Entrepreneurs under 30, Featured on the NBC Today Show-Grio’s 100 African American’s Making History, a TEDx Presenter and featured on the Cooking Channel, Inc Magazine, Wall Street Journal Japan, Entrepreneur, Essence Magazine and Black Enterprise.
See past Felecia Hatcher talks: http://www.feleciahatcher.com/#!media/c2402
What is Soul Music? A Song for Miles takes children on a colorful and musical journey. Through the lyrics of soul songs by artists like Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind, and Fire, and Marvin Gaye, children learn the meaning of determination, kindness, and love. A Song for Miles nurtures children's inquisitive nature and love of music and sounds, all while teaching valuable lessons and the importance of having good character.
A Song for Miles is compatible with school-based character education curriculum. The story creatively aligns with character traits such as initiative, compassion, civility, respect, empathy, responsibility, and perseverance. Character development is an integral part of raising respectful and happy children and A Song for Miles will appeal to parents as it creates a platform for values discussions. Children enjoy the colorful pages while parents and music lovers appreciate the musical content and paying tribute to their favorite soul music artists.
The Legacy Movement
There is a VAST knowledge and opportunity gap that exists in the U.S. and we aim to significantly narrow that gap. Our vision is to develop a transformational organization that promotes and executes the creation of generational wealth through entrepreneurship and business ownership in under-served communities. Our movement will be open to EVERYONE, but we will make concerted efforts to partner with individuals and organizations that are aligned with our vision to help increase economic and educational opportunities for women, military veterans, and minorities.
We're like a LinkedIn for businesses. www.legacymovement.net.
Spelman College's Digital Moving Salon presents: Invisible Heroes, African American Women in The Military. Produced by Spelman College students Carina-Michelle Francis and Jamiere Smith.
African-American women have served in every U.S. war effort and yet they have never been the face of the hero. “Invisible Heroes: African American Women in the Military” features African-American women veterans who continue to struggle with the casualties of war upon returning home. Featured in the documentary is Shoshana Johnson, the first African-American female prisoner of war.
Learn the ins and outs of digital photography and easy tips to make your photos go from amateur to professional in a flash!
Leran how to make your online magazine a viable publication with founder and creator Candace Bazemore of Sister Girl News!
Learn how to monetize your creativity and be a leader of the P.A.C. (Peers Audience Customers) with Dryer Buzz.com founder, Yalanda Lattimore!
Evita Kaigler of EGK Law Offices is an experienced Music Business Attorney who will offer great insight into how to protect your ideas and creativity. Learn more about her at http://www.evitakaigler.com
1. In the Wake of Poseidon: Is a motion graphics short that visual conveys the poem "In the Wake of Poseidon". Adobe Illustrator and Aftereffects was used in creating the short.
2. River Deep: Is a Intonation motion graphic project that uses the variation of tone used when speaking. Tina Tuner's River Deep Mountain High was inspiration for this project. Adobe Illustrator and Aftereffects was used in creating the short.
Project Blaq, a webchannel for people of color, presents a collection of shorts written, directed, and/or produced by women of Color. Today's Feature is The Unwritten Rules & Lena Street
About Unwritten Rules
Based on the book, “40 Hours and an Unwritten Rule: The Diary of a Nigger, Negro, Colored, Black, African-American Woman” (Butterfly Ink Publishing, 2004), "The Unwritten Rules" examines the comedic realities of Racey Jones, an African-American in a predominantly white workplace
Meet The Lena Street Ladies: A brand new scripted series about 4 young women living and attending school together in Atlanta while striving to maintain some level of sanity. Join them on their bumpy ride to independence...This is only the beginning. Welcome to Lena Street ;-)
The Girl's Guide to Chic is the web series featured on Friday Girl TV created by its parent company, Girl Genius Productions.
Featuring Sabrina Rose as a host, The Girl's Guide to Chic gives quick tips to help you increase your chic and up your fabulous quotient in a flash.
Workshop facilitated by Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs. Info given on grants and programs for Atlanta artists and contacts at Atlanta Arts Council.
Learn the simple how to tips on video production from Amani Channel.
Black Women Film Network presentation of a sneak peak of writer/director Ava DuVernay's "Middle of Nowhere".
When her husband is sentenced to 8 years in prison, Rudy drops out of med school in order to focus on her husband's well being while he's incarcerated - leading her on a journey of self-discovery in the process.
About The Black Women Film Network
The Black Women Film Network (BWFN) was founded to increase the numbers of women of all cultures in the film industry and related areas. The organization seeks to preserve the voice of Black women, and unheard part of Black History, through programs that empower and educate.
The Black Women Film Network was established in 1997 for the sole purpose of preserving the voice of Black women through film. The organization provides scholarships to students who are actively pursuing a career in film, screenwriting or a related areas; screenings; workshops and seminars, and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit group. Support to women who are trying to make a career in film is a primary goal of the organization. Annually, the group salutes those who have excelled in this difficult industry. The works of black women on film can be an inspiration and teaching tool for us all, a valuable means for capturing an often unheard of part of Black History. BWFP seeks to preserve that voice.
Presented by Tamiko Hope Founder of Word Ink this talk is all about learning how to market yourself, your company, your brand to the masses. Tamiko's company, Word Ink, boasts such clients as Janelle Monae, Andre 3000, Rocko, DJ Spinz, Sonny Digital and more..
Learn how to master the skill of creating short form episodes, films for the web with Emmy-nominated writer and transmedia producer, Haj.
The Punanny Diaries is a series about what happens after a woman decides to become celibate while continuing to date and look for Mr. Right. This funny, compelling and intriguing series explores how her decision not to have sex affects everyone around her.
In the first episode, Cozy experiences a series of relationships that go horribly wrong and it inspires her to make some personal changes.
For more information about the series, visit www.thepunannydiaries.com.
Closeout Speaker, Steve Harvey's daughter, Brandi Harvey Founder and C.E.O. of Young, Fit and Fly and Director of Harvey Girl Enterprises inspires the audience to take the information they have amassed to go out and change the world!