How to be a Social Media Ninja

Meagan Nordmann, social media guru and freelancer with Meg Nordmann, LLC, shares the secrets on social media. Meagan will give a presentation on “How To Be A Social Media Ninja,” where she navigates the requirements for social media branding, building visibility and finding your online voice. She’ll then navigate deeper into automation, content, and growth-hacking tools that can both free up your time, establish your brand as a thought-leader, and amplify your rate of growth.
This community workshop is free – but we do ask that you register!
About the Speaker:
Meagan is an Albuquerque-based social media strategist and writer with a proven track-record for building large online audiences. In addition to successfully developing and managing social media channels for numerous independent clients, she’s built over 20,000 followers on her own Twitter page (@MegNordmann), establishing a national profile as an expert in social and digital media marketing. She’s been featured in Huffington Post, Time, Forbes, Inc. and Travel & Leisure. Prior to consulting, she served as the Director of Marketing for cybersecurity firm RiskSense, and Digital Marketing Lead for email payments technology developer @Pay. She also served as editor and digital community manager of Gannett publication 12th & Broad in Nashville, targeting young professionals and creatives; was the User-Generated Content editor of The Tennessean; and production manager of the Nashville Arts Magazine and Currently, she writes for her own travel blog, Chapter IV.

2016-04-03T20:25:27+00:00April 13th, 2016|

Albuquerque Business First 2016 Women of Influence Awards

Albuquerque Business First’s Women of Influence event will bring together some of the most powerful and innovative women in New Mexico. These women come from diverse fields, and their journeys show that they are experts in the art of transforming challenges into opportunities. Join us at this inspirational awards dinner as we celebrate these Women of Influence.
More information and registration
Honorees include Nyika Allen, Executive Director of New Mexico Technology Council.
Nyika Allen

2016-02-24T19:55:06+00:00March 17th, 2016|

Women in Design New Mexico: Day to Day Creativity Salon March 2nd, 2016

Women in Design: New Mexico is teaming up with KIICPyragraph, and Women in Technology for a FREE Salon – a chance to network and have interesting conversation with people who use their creativity for their livelihood. New Mexico Technology Council is a proud sponsor of this event.
Date: Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Keshet Center for the Arts: 4121 Cutler Ave NE, ABQ, 87110

Register here


2016-02-19T13:02:09+00:00March 2nd, 2016|

2nd Annual NationWISE – Women In Solar Energy

What: Osceola Energy has teamed up with the non-profit organization Women in Solar Energy (WISE) to host a free forum focused on promoting women and diversity in New Mexico’s rapidly emerging solar energy industry. Learn about the companies, career opportunities, and policies shaping New Mexico’s renewable energy future.
Special Guest Speakers Include:
Galina Kofchock – Osceola Energy
December Cowen – Unirac, Inc.
Mariel Nanasi – New Energy Economy
Rebecca L Calvert – Jack Rabbit Design, LLC
When:  Tuesday, February 23, 2016
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Where: Osceola Energy – Solar & Electrical Contracting
3004 2nd St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Contact: Christopher Fortson / Osceola Energy / 505.850.8863
What Guest Speakers Will Talk About?
A brief bio about themselves, their involvement with renewable energy, and possibly some stories of inspiration/struggles on what lead them to their current position. The goal is to promote the idea of diversity in the renewable energy market and inspire others to look into career paths in the political, engineering, sales, and various other aspects of the industry.
What is #NationWISE?
#NationWISE is a multi-city round table that looks to address how to help women enter and grow in each local market. On February 23rd, Women in Solar Energy (WISE) will hold #NationWISE events in cities around the country to facilitate local conversation and feature women employed in aspects of the market unique to each city.
What Will Happen?
#NationWISE events are where industry professionals – men AND women – gather to brainstorm policies and programs that promote women and diversity in mature, developing, and frontier markets.

2016-02-08T12:57:59+00:00February 23rd, 2016|