Friday, July 18, 2008

BlogHer '08 Green and Social Change Birds of a Feather Meetup

This morning at the BlogHer Conference, about 40 "green" and "social change" bloggers, organizations and companies got together for a Birds of a Feather Meetup. I asked folks to give me their cards so I could share who attended with you. Give 'em a click and find out about the work they do (Is anyone except me surprised by how many companies attended?).

Abbey McDonald, Debroff Debrief
Abby Jaramillo, Urban Sprouts
Amy Lenzo BeautyDialogues
Anna Barrett, Way Out Wax
Ayelet B, Pursuing Adventures
Barbara Rozgonyi, Wired PR Works
Beth Kanter, Beth's Blog
Beth Terry, Fake Plastic Fish
Britt Bravo, Have Fun * Do Good
Christine Chase, Green Seal, Inc.
Elana Centor, Funny Business
Evan Miller, Aveda
Gina Stepp, Family Matters
Jennifer Taggart The Smart Mama
Jenny Sturiale
Joanna Eng,
Julia Smith,
Karen Solomon, Opportunity Green
Kate Marshall, Greenopolis
Kimberly Magre, Weber Shandwick Worldwide
Lorelei Kelly, The White House Project
Monica Danna, CosmoPolitician and New Living: Healthy Home Essentials
MamaBird, Surely You Nest
Marnie Webb, ext337
Maryanne Milker, Green Options
Mary Hunt, In Women We Trust
Michelle MacKenzie, Green Bean Dreams
Mitzi Emrich, Check Out Blog
Mehdi Yahyanejad, Adoptic
Monique Hartt, RecycleBank
Rachel Frederick, Six Apart
Rhona Mahony, Wild Bee
Sally Falkow, PRoactive
Siel, Green LA Girl
Skye Kilaen, Crafting a Green World
Susan MacPhee, Greenopolis
Squid Rosenberg, Can I Sit with You? and the adventures of leelo and his potty-mouthed mom
Tammy Lynn Gilmore, SXSW Interactive

Photos by me.


  1. Anonymous5:39 PM

    Hey Britt! So great meeting you this weekend, and thanks for posting this list of attendees. Love your site, btw!

  2. It was great meeting you too! I hope our paths will cross again soon.

  3. Anonymous11:33 AM

    Hey Britt - it was great meeting you, but you didn't include me in your list! And I was there and put my card in your envelope (see Beth at for photo proof!) Can you please add me to the list?


  4. Britt, thanks for hosting this, it was a good session.

  5. This is beautiful! I really believe that one of the untold stories as regards social change is the impact of women. Even in small business, the rate at which women are starting new businesses outnumbers that of men by a factor of 17:1! Women are the new heroes of today's world. This is awesome!


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