A Technologically Inclined Artist.

My passion is rooted in helping people understand technology by talking about it in plain English. Technology can be daunting for some. So, I speak and write about technology in a way that helps others feel empowered to use it in ways that folks might not have thought was possible before. That’s why I created SheGeeks.net. This is where you’ll find all the things I’ve pieced together about various technologies.

SheGeeks ranks as a Top 100 Social Media, Internet Marketing and SEO Blogs.

Work

I am available for freelance writing work, speaking engagements, and social media advisement opportunities.

  1. A Third Place™ Creator · 2011 to present
  2. SheGeeks.net Creator and Editor· 2006 to present
  3. TED Community Catalyst · 2011 – 2012
  4. Laptop Magazine Freelance Writer · 2010 – 2011
  5. FastCompany Community Manager · 2010 – 2011
  6. General Motors (Chevrolet) Tour Social Media Specialist · 2010
  7. Intel Intel Advisor Program · 2009 – 2011
  8. Mr. Tweet Blog Editor · 2009
  9. ReadWrite (ReadWriteWeb) Writer (Articles), Community Manager · 2009
  10. Guidewire Group Summer Research Intern · 2008

Testimonials

I’ve been recognized in Essence Magazine as a Power Player (2011) and MSNBC’s theGrio as one of 100 History Makers in the Making (2012). I rank among the 20 Most Influential People in Social Media50 Most Influential Women in Tech and a Social Media Curator to Watch. I’ve also received recognition from  Glamour Magazine among their 21 Amazing Young Women of 2011 and Time Magazine’s Techland Blog as one of 25 Facebook Profiles You Should Subscribe to Right Now.

Let me know if I’m ever slacking on living up to these achievements.

It is rare to hear a speaker who can talk about computer software and nifty new tools with clarity and in a way that makes people feel they can tackle the complications, instead of leaving everyone mystified and insecure and convinced they have to ask for help.Liz Henry (BlogHer)

Twitter. iPhone Apps. RSS Readers. If you are scratching your head about any of the things mentioned, then read Corvida Raven’s blog, SheGeeks. She has the scoop on new tools and she will tell you what’s good. - Nichelle Stevens (Pepsi We Inspire)