Elisa Camahort Page, BlogHer: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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Elisa Camahort Page is the co-founder and COO of BlogHer Inc, the largest community of women who blog, and the future of women's lifestyle programming.where women actively participate and can integrate their perspectives on everything from parenting to politics, food to finance.

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Tara Sophia Mohr, Wise Living: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The third guest blogger in my Have Fun, Do Good series is by Tara Sophia Mohr. Tara is a coach, and personal growth teacher. Her work focuses on helping women play big and lead.

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Emily Goligoski, The SanFranista: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The fifth guest blogger in my Have Fun, Do Good series is Emily Goligoski. Emily is a w riter and digital strategist who blogs as TheSanFranista. She produces tech entrepreneurship content for the organization Women 2.0 and teaches yoga in San Francisco. You can follow her on Twitter at @emgollie.

Jamie Ridler, Creative Living: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The seventh guest blogger in my Have Fun, Do Good series is Jamie Ridler. Jamie is a creative living coach and the director of Jamie Ridler Studios.

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Desiree Adaway, Global Service and Leadership: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The sixth guest blogger in my Have Fun, Do Good series is Desiree Adaway. Desiree is a consultant, strategist, coach, storyteller and explorer.

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Have Fun, Do Good Blogroll: 65 Nonprofit, Technology, Creativity, Food, Green and Pals' Blogs

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Fine Blog Amy Sample Ward's Version of NPTech Beth's Blog Ext 337 Frogloop Getting Attention happykatie Katya's Nonprofit Markting Blog Mashable NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) ProBlogger TechSoup Wild Apricot Pals From Here to Autonomy Into the Studio One Love Alliance SurfPrayLove vale of evening fog Work It Out! Fitness with Heather Spirituality Goddess Guidebook Cheerio Road Zen Peacekeeper Women BlogHer Dining for Women Women Earth Alliance Share

Jennifer Lee, Right-Brain Business Plan: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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Last fall, I hosted a Have Fun, Do Good series where 12 bloggers shared how they have fun and do good.

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7 Ways to Have Fun and Do Good

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Amy Sample Ward, amysampleward.org I invite people along for the ride. Elisa Camahort Page, BlogHer It is my absolute honor to help people find pieces of peace within, while outwardly expressing this life process though dance with our bodies.

Meg Worden, Feed Me Darling : How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The fourth blogger in this run of the Have Fun, Do Good guest post series is the delicious Meg Worden (I say delicious because I love her e-cookbook, Salad Alchemy). Meg is a writer, speaker, storyteller and a certified Holistic Health Coach.

Jocelyn Harmon: People, Words, Technology & Truth: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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My second guest blogger in this run of the Have Fun, Do Good guest post series is the warm and wonderful Jocelyn Harmon. Jocelyn is passionate about helping nonprofits to succeed online so that they can change the world!

Mary Mulliken, Intentional Motherhood: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The eighth guest blogger in my Have Fun, Do Good series is Mary Mulliken. Mary is a coach, a writer, a contemporary ceremonialist, and a mom to baby Orlis Blackbird.

Lisa Sonora Beam, The Creative Entrepreneur: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The eleventh guest blogger in my have fun do good series is Lisa Sonora Beam. Lisa is the author of The Creative Entrepreneur , an award-winning book on creativity and business for creatives who want to do what they love, and make a difference.

Win A Free Ticket To WomenWhoTech Annual Telesummit on 9/15

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While some may think there are not a lot of high quality women who can speak on technology issues or are starting tech companies, it simply isn’t true.

Allison Jones, Millennial Leader: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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Good morning, Have Fun Do Gooders! Welcome to the third week of my series of guest posts by bloggers sharing how they have fun and do good. My seventh guest blogger is Allison Jones. Allison is a Brooklyn based blogger and advocate for education equality and millennial leadership in public service.

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Do Good Blogger Sampler and Other Blogging Links

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I ran out of handouts yesterday during my talk about do good blogging at the Writing for Change Conference, and said I'd post the handout up here today.

Kimberly Wilson, Tranquility du Jour: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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I hope you've been enjoying my have fun do good guest blogger series as much as I am (: The tenth guest blogger in the series is Kimberly Wilson. Kimberly is a teacher, writer, do-gooder, entrepreneur, and eco-fashion designer currently obsessed with Paris, potbelly pigs, and all things sparkly.

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Katya Andresen, Network for Good: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The ninth guest blogger in my have fun do good series is Katya Andresen. Katya is the COO of Network for Good and the author of Robin Hood Marketing: Stealing Corporate Savvy to Sell Just Causes. She blogs at nonprofitmarketingblog.com and tweets at @katyaN4G.

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Beth Terry, Fake Plastic Fish: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The eighth guest blogger in my have fun, do good series is Beth Terry. Beth has been living plastic-free since 2007 and blogs about her adventures at FakePlasticFish.com. She is also an advisor to the Plastic Pollution Coalition and a contributing editor for BlogHer.com.

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The Last Blogpotomac: A New Community Rises from the Ashes

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You don't necessarily see women keynote at technology conferences (well accept for women focused technology conferences like blogher ), but Geoff was trying hard ensure a gender balanced program and succeeded. This is just a sampling. Flickr Photo by Ghbrett.

Amy Kessel, Unfurling: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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I'm starting the Have Fun, Do Good guest post series up again! My first guest blogger is the lovely Amy Kessel. Amy is a certified life coach devoted to helping women unfurl into their authentic selves.

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Heather Meyer, Work it Out!: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The twelfth guest blogger in my have fun do good series series is Heather Meyer. Heather is a passionate fitness expert, who loves to dance from her heart and inspire others to create their own beautiful! You can connect with her on Facebook, or her blog Work it Out!~Fitness

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Women Who Tech Telesummit: Tools Galore Panel

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On May 12, 2009 the second annual Women Who Tech TeleSummit (held via phone and web) brought together hundreds of women from across the US and abroad in the non-profit, political and business world for an incredible lineup of thought provoking panels featuring technology change makers such as Joan Blades of MoveOn and Moms Rising, Allison Fine of Personal Democracy Forum, Lynne D Johnson of Fast Company, Charlene Li, Holly Ross of NTEN, Rashmi Sinha of SlideShare, Lisa Stone of BlogHer and more.

Nonprofits and NGOs Celebrate International Women's Day

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I've included a sampling below, and hope that you'll add other events in the comments. Did you know that in some countries International Women's Day (March 8) is celebrated with flowers and gifts? For others, it is a day of political significance to raise awareness around women's rights.

Women in Nonprofit Technology Who Rock: Adding to Fast Company's Most Influential Women in Technology List

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The list included BlogHer founders Elisa Camahort Page, Jory Des Jardins, and Lisa Stone. Amy Sample Ward writes a blog about nonprofit technology and social media and is the community builder for Netsquared. In December, Fast Company published an article called " The Most Influential Women in Web 2.0 " featuring about a dozen amazing women who work in the Web 2.0 world.

Nonprofit Book Shelf: Robin Hood Marketing by Katya Andresen

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She saw how the giant condom-shaped balloon emblazoned with the words "Number One" was attracting attention and scores of people were grabbing up free samples of condoms. I met Katya Andresen, a social marketing expert and well respected nonprofit leader at the Netsquared Conference.

Wangari Maathai, Dining for Women & LA

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Marsha Wallace, the founder of Dining for Women , contacted me after reading some of the posts I had written about Dining for Women here and on BlogHer , and invited my husband and I to be Dining for Women's guest at the event. I have a confession to make.

Where are the twenty-something or GEN-Y Bloggers Who Are Writing About Social Change and Nonprofits?

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I attended the " Twenty-Something Meet Up " at the BlogHer Conference. Amy Sample Ward. Even though I'm more like twenty-something times 2.5, Why did I go? I keep hearing from nonprofits that one of the reasons they want to incorporate a social networking or media strategy is to reach a younger audience. So, having this opportunity listen was very valuable. Zandria did a fabulous job of facilitating the session.