Read Ananda's blog about her participation as a panelist for the Social Media Panel at Spelman College's Women of Color Leadership Conference on May 17, 2012. Journalist Roland Martin moderated the panel. SocialPeople.TV founder James Andrews and Black Enterprise's Director of Social Media Patricia Cesaire served as panelists.
Recap: Ananda Leeke Discusses Digital Sisterhood @Digital Doyennes Event on 4/12 in Atlanta
On April 12, 2011, Digital Sisterhood Network founder Ananda Leeke served as a panelist for the Digital Doyennes: Wisdom from the Women who Lead in Social Media and Digital Innovation event sponsored by Spelman College's Digital Image Moving Salon at the Twelve Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.
Advancing the Cause of Education: 7 Black Women Who Kicked in the Schoolhouse Door
In 1987, Dr. Johnnetta Cole became #Spelman College’s first #black female #President. Under Cole’s leadership, the SAT scores of Spelman’s freshman classes ranked consistently higher than any other HBC. In '96, Money magazine listed Spelman as the #1 HBCU, the #1 women’s college, and the 7th best college in America. She is also the first #woman to be elected to the Board of #CocaCola Enterprises, and the first black woman to serve as Chair of the Board of United Way of #America.
School Daze is a 1988 American musical-drama film, written and directed by Spike Lee, and starring Laurence Fishburne, Giancarlo Esposito, and Tisha Campbell-Martin. Based in part on Spike Lee's experiences at Atlanta's Morehouse College, Spelman College and Clark Atlanta University, it is a story about fraternity and sorority members clashing with other students at a historically black college during homecoming weekend.
Ananda Leeke's Ignite speech on 1/21/11 Social Justice Camp II: The Empowered Are Back
Watch Ananda Leeke give her talk "Digital Sisterhood: A Self-Care, Self-Discovery, and Social Justice Movement for Women in Social Media" at the Ignite Speakers Night sponsored by Social Justice Camp II: The Empowered Are Back on January 21, 2011, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Washington, DC. Click on the link to view Ananda's PowerPoint presentation: slideshare.net/anandaleeke/digital-sisterhood-a-selfcare-selfdiscovery-social-justice-movement-for-women-in-social-media.
Blogalicious is one of my favorite social media conferences to attend. It celebrates diversity in the blogasphere. I am going to the conference on September 28-30 in Las Vegas. I am very excited because it will be my fourth conference! WOO HOO! I will also participate in a panel discussion. Look for more details in the next few months. In the meantime, visit BeBlogalicious.com and register for the September conference. http://blogaliciousweekend.beblogalicious.com