Stephanie J. Castillo is an Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker with strong roots in multimedia, photography, producing, and news journalism. She worked in radio news in Hollywood, multimedia production in Pasadena, CA and Madison, WI, and as a news reporter in Honolulu.
She started filmmaking in 1989, producing her first documentary with Hawaii Public TV. That film, Simple Courage: An Historical Portrait for the Age of AIDS, also won her an Emmy.
Stephanie has just completed her 10th documentary, Thomas Chapin: Night Bird Song, which just won the Nice International Filmmakers Festival Award for Best Story.
In this Virtual Newsmakers show, Stephanie shares how she has been leveraging digital/Internet technology to move her projects forward. You'll also hear how the tools of her trade have changed from her first Emmy-winning documentary until now. Her new film trailer and information can be accessed at www.thomaschapinfilm.com.
Here is a recent review of the Thomas Chapin film: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-thomas-chapin-can-teach-you-your-life-debbie-elicksen?trk=prof-post
Jenn Herman is the Internet's Instagram Queen. She will be the first to tell you that Instagram isn't just another photo and video sharing social media site. When used effectively, it can up your marketing game to generate more traffic and thus grow your business.
Jenn Herman has been featured in Inc.com and Social Media Today. She has a wealth of resources and tips on her website: www.jennstrends.com.
This show was off the grid from our normal Virtual Newsmakers format. It is a show about solidarity, about women, and about using our voice to protest lenient sentencing, a biased justice system, and the unreasonable expectations that society places on women in our courts. This is a show to honor and support the Stanford Survivor whose words have inspired and empowered a movement for change.
Cynthia K. Seymour and Debbie Elicksen shared this Hangout with some special guests:
Sarah Cherry: www.twitter.com/sarahcherry
Elizabeth Traub: www.elizabethtraub.com
Vilma Betancourt: www.twitter.com/vilmabetancourt
Molly O’Day: www.youtube.com/user/supernaturallobster
Lorna Owens: www.footprints-foundation.org
Grisel d'Elena: sixmedia.co
For the background on the story:
The statement: https://www.buzzfeed.com/katiejmbaker...
The two men who placed the assailant under citizen arrest: https://www.buzzfeed.com/emaoconnor/m...
"You are a warrior — with a solid steel spine." -- a letter from Vice President Biden: https://www.buzzfeed.com/tomnamako/jo...
If you want to know anything about Evernote and how to manage files and folders in the Cloud, Vilma Betancourt is your first resource. She is the president of Women Wrule and she assists women, minority and veteran-owned enterprises. Her specialties are government procurement, government liaison, contractor/vendor registrations, business certifications, small business start-up, small business consulting, women, minority and Hispanic businesses.
In this session, Vilma will help you increase your business productivity with a simple app you can access across all your devices, whether it's Apple or Android mobile, desktop, notebook, or laptop.
Kevin L. Jackson is a globally recognized cloud computing expert, who will discuss how network management in the cloud can help you leverage your business.
Jackson is an Independent Thought Leader for IBM and Dell and Founder/Author of the award winning “Cloud Musings” blog. He has been recognized as a “Top 100 Cybersecurity Influencer and Brand” by Onalytica (2015), a Huffington Post “Top 100 Cloud Computing Experts on Twitter” (2013), a “Top 50 Cloud Computing Blogger for IT Integrators” by CRN (2015) and a “Top 5 Must Read Cloud Blog” by BMC Software (2015).
His professional career includes service in the US Navy Space Systems Command, Vice President J.P. Morgan Chase, Worldwide Sales Executive for IBM and NJVC Vice President, Cloud Services. He is currently part of a team responsible for onboarding mission applications to the US Intelligence Community cloud computing environment (IC ITE). He is also a National Cyber security Institute Fellow. His first book, “GovCloud: Cloud Computing for the Business of Government” was published by Government Training Inc. and released in March 2011. His second book, released in 2012 by the same publisher, is titled “GovCloud II: Implementation and Cloud Brokerage Services". His next publication, “Practical Cloud Security: A Cross Industry View”, will be released by Taylor and Francis in the spring of 2016.
Robert B. Cairns discusses Kik and Other Alternate Messaging Apps and some of the dangers you may need to be aware of when it comes to your children.
Alternate messaging apps can be a great communication tool, but there are some serious issues plaguing the ones that are geared towards kids and teenagers.
Here is one story that we discuss in this segment: http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/kik...
Rob Cairns has over 25 years experience in the technology field as a programmer, network support analyst, and as an Internet security consultant. He has worked with the Toronto Police on many cyberbullying and Internet security issues. In 2013, he won a Power Award for social media. The awards are given to top performers in the electricity-generating industry.
Personal Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RobCairns
Business Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RobertBCairns
Google +: https://plus.google.com/1146157651993...