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The Li.st Pop-Up Summit!

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Sunday, February 17, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)

The Li.st Pop-Up Summit!

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The Li.st Pop-Up Summit

Sunday February 17th at The Alley.

12-5pm, followed by a cocktail and networking hour.   

www.theli.st  #getlisted

**Headshot Speed Dating with Christopher Farber on site!** 

Register here for headshot appt (regular $150; $75 for Summit attendees). Headshot samples here.



  • Philanthropy, Social Microgiving & Donor Fatigue
  • The Invisibles: Those Super-Lucrative Markets You Always Forget About But Can Make You Lots of Money
  • Social Media, Art & Storytelling  
  • The Power of Networks
  • The New Push For Privacy: We Could Tell You About This Panel, But We'd Prefer Not To
  • Do This: First Time On Camera 
  • Do This: Simple Negotiation Tricks
  • Do This: Talk To Your Customers. Now.
Speakers includeRachel Sklar, Allison Goldberg, Jen Jamula, Kathryn Minshew, Keli Goff, Daniele Belton, Susan McPherson, Jo Piazza,Tammy Tibbetts, Tammy Gordon, Seth Bannon, Danny Shea, Glynnis MacNicol, Jenna Arnold, Hitha Prabhakar, Laurel Touby, Dan Fogarty, Carrie Hammer, Christina Wallace, Lauren Kaelin, Daniel Madoff, Mandy Stadtmiller, Gideon Lewis-Kraus. 

Featuring the first-ever "Stretch & Tweet" with yogini Jen Jamula!

*Scroll down for full line-up & speaker bios
Special thanks to our sponsors: Alley NYC, Hint Water, The Knight Foundation


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11:30am - 12pm - Arrival, registration, coffee, donuts, nametags

12 - 12:10pm - Welcome! #GetListed (Rachel Sklar & Glynnis MacNicol)

12:10 - 12:45pm - Social Storytelling (Alli Goldberg, Jen Jamula, Daniel Madoff, Gideon Lewis-Kraus, Lauren Kaelin, Christina Wallace)

12:45 - 12:55pm - Do This: First Time On Camera (Hitha Prabhakar)

12:55 - 1pm - ***Stretch n' Tweet***  

1 - 1:35pm - The Invisibles: Super-Lucrative Hidden Markets (Tammy Gordon, Laurel Touby, Carrie Hammer, Keli Goff, Danielle Belton)

1:35 - 1:45pm - Do This: Save The World (Social Good Slam)

1:45 - 2:15 pm - ***Snacktime! ***

2:15 - 2:50 pm - Sponsor My Thing! Social Microgiving & Donor Fatigue (Jenna Arnold, Tammy Tibbetts, Susan McPherson, Celine Cousteau, Seth Bannon)

2:50 - 3pm - Do This: Simple Negotiation Tricks (Alexandra Cavoulacos)

3 pm - 3:35 pm - The New Push For Privacy (Glynnis MacNicol, Danny Shea, Mandy Stadtmiller, Jo Piazza)

3:35 - 3:45pm - ***Stretch n' Tweet***

3:45 - 4:20 - The Power of Networks (Rachel Sklar, Kathryn Minshew, Dan Fogarty, Justin Stanwix)

4:20 - 5pm - Breakout Groups/Action Session (Moderators: Christina Wallace, E-Commerce; Jocelyn Leavitt - EdTech/Kids; Erica Berger - Content; Christina Vuleta - Community; Adda Birnir & Vanessa Hurst - Tech)

5pm - Closing & Thank You 

5-6pm - ***COCKTAIL HOUR! ***

6 - 7pm - Why are you still here? Oh, to help clean up? Thank you! 



Jenna Arnold comes up with cool ways to make people give a sh*t and is about to launch a new, amazing company called, I Will Save the World!

Seth Bannon empowers nonprofits to do what they do better as founder & CEO of Amicus. He's a Y Combinator alum and was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Social Entrepreneurship.

Danielle Belton is the founder, writer and editor of the acclaimed pop-culture-meets-politics blog The Black Snob. She is the Head Writer for @BETDontSleep hosted by @TJHolmes and is Editor-At-Large for @ClutchMagazine.

Erica Berger is a media creator, facilitator and idealist, long on content and storytelling. She currently directs partnerships at Storyful, the world's first social media newswire. She lives in Brooklyn and tweets at @Goodberger. 

Adda Birnir is product manager & developer with a passion for making science, tech and data fun and accessible to everybody. Co-founder and CEO of Skillcrush

Alex Cavoulacos is the Founder & COO of The Muse, where she leads the Product & Operations teams. She was named one of INC's 15 Women to Watch in Tech. Follow her  @acavoulacos.

Celine Cousteau is founder and executive director of the non-profit organization CauseCentric Productions,  which seeks to educate and inspire through adventure and visual storytelling. 

Dan Fogarty is the senior editor of Sports Digital Properties for USA TODAY Sports. He was the founding edior of SportsGrid.com and has gotten to talk on TV before.  

Chris Farber is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker whose work spans six continents and 30 countries. His searing coverage of the chaotic aftermath in Darfur and other world conflict zones has earned him international acclaim. Follow him on Instagram at @christopherfarber.  

Keli Goff is a political correspondent for TheRoot.com and a frequent guest on outlets including MSNBC, CNN, Current and NPR. She is the author of the critically-acclaimed novel The GQ Candidate and Party Crashing: How the Hip Hop Generation Declared Political Independence.

Allison Goldberg co-founded Blogologues, where she performs the internet word-for-word in a live stage show. More info at livelyproductions.org.

Tammy Gordon runs a growing team of social and blog strategists for AARP (40 million members and counting). Follow her @floridagirlindc.

Carrie Hammer is the founder of CARRIE HAMMER Custom Apparel - the custom, made-to-measure brand for fashion-forward professional women.

Vanessa Hurst is the founder of CodeMontage, where coders improve their skills while improving the world. She founded Developers for Good, co-founded Girl Develop It, and previously led Data & Analytics at Paperless Post. Follow her at @DBNess.

Jen Jamula co-founded Blogologues, where she performs the internet word-for-word in a live stage show. More info at livelyproductions.org. She is also the yogini who will lead your stretches today. 

Lauren Kaelin paints the internet here: Benjamemes.net.

Jocelyn Leavitt is the CEO and co-founder of Hopscotch, a drag-and-drop iPad programming system for kids. She is also the co-founder of NerdNearby. Hawai'i born and bred, living in NYC. Learn more here

Gideon Lewis Kraus' digressive travelogue/memoir A SENSE OF DIRECTION is out in May in paperback. He is better known for his important enquiries concerning the truth about Internet cats.

Glynnis MacNicol is a writer and co-founder of TheLi.st. Previously she was the Media Editor at Business Insider and a founding editor of Mediaite. She contributes to Capital New York. More @glynnmacn.

Daniel Madoff was a member of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company until its closure in 2012. He is now directing and editing a film about the collaborative process of making a dance. 

Susan McPherson is a serial connector, angel investor, corporate responsibility expert and is the SVP/director of global marketing at Fenton, a leading social change communications firm.

Kathryn Minshew is founder and CEO of The Muse and The Daily Muse. She was named to Forbes' "30 Under 30" and is a YCombinator alum. Follow her on Twitter at @kmin.

Jo Piazza is a journalist, columnist and author who writes on topics ranging from entertainment to religion to women's issues around the globe. She is the Senior Digital Editor at @CurrentTV. 

Hitha Prabhakar Hitha Prabhakar is anauthor, investigative reporter and retail analyst. She is the author of "Black Market Billions: How Organized Retail Crime Funds Terrorists" and was a correspondent for Bloomberg covering retail and consumer spending. She was also a coach for the MTV hit series, "MADE".

Danny Shea is a senior editor at the Huffington Post, former media editor and master of those giant one-word headlines. His focus of late has been on HuffPost Live. Tune in. 

Rachel Sklar is a writer-speaker-activist-evangelist and the co-founder of TheLi.st & Change The Ratio. She's often on TV and has a monthly show on The Jewish Channel (really!). Oodles more @rachelsklar.

Mandy Stadtmiller is deputy editor of the fastest-growing women's site on the Internet: Jane Pratt's xojane.com

Justin Stanwix is Senior Marketing Manager at Gust, co-organizer of The Feast Conference, a board advisor at Pressly, The Thiel Foundation and works with startups and investors and funds in the US, Canada, and Europe. Follow him on twitter @jstanwix.

Tammy Tibbetts is the President & Founder of She's The First, a non-profit organization that sponsors girls' education in developing countries so they can be the first in their families to graduate from high school. 

Laurel Touby is a journalist, digital publisher and entrepreneur. She is best known as the founder of Mediabistro.com (sold to JupiterMedia in 2007). She is a startup advisor & investor. 

Christina Vuleta runs 40:20 Vision, a resource to start conversations and facilitate mentorship between generations. Follow her at @4020vision.

Christina Wallace is an entrepreneur, storytelling coach, theater director, and classical musician from Lansing, Michigan. She is equal parts math nerd and spotlight junkie. 


TheLi.st is a platform for showcasing and connecting awesome women, powered by the mission of #changethratio, which seeks to increase visibility, access and opportunity for women in tech, new media & entrepreneurship (defined broadly). Founded by Rachel Sklar and Glynnis MacNicol.  

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*Line-up subject to change but pretty much set. But you never know. 


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When & Where

The Alley
500 7th Ave (@ 37th st)
17th Flr
New York, NY 10018

Sunday, February 17, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)

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