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Speaking Topics

  • Road Map for Revolutionaries: Becoming an Activist Leader
  • Integrating an Inclusivity Ethos Into Every Part of Your Organizational Culture
  • Own Your Expertise. Tell Your Story. Control Your Narrative.
  • Life Lessons for Today’s Leaders: How to Create and Lead Values-Driven Organizations.

Known as the co-founder and COO of scrappy-start-up-turned-global-women’s- media-company, BlogHer, Inc. Since selling BlogHer in 2014, Elisa Camahort Page now consults with entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and organizations at inflection points when they are contemplating pivots, diversifying and scaling their revenue streams, and looking for better ways to control their narrative.

As one of BlogHer’s co-founders, Elisa was named among Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs, one of the most influential women in Web 2.0 and technology by Fast Company, and as one of the seven most powerful people in new media by Forbes Magazine. As a speaker, she’s delivered keynote presentations and conducted high-profile interviews across the globe to audiences numbering in the thousands. A sampling of speaking engagements include: INFORUM@Commonwealth Club, United State of Women,TEDx, DLD Women, SXSW, DENT, and BlogHer.

When not speaking or conducting interviews with luminaries such as Guy Kawasaki, Tig Notaro, Christy Turlington Burns and Luvvie Ajayi, Elisa is working with leaders at every level to identify, prioritize, and strategize their next big leaps, ensuring that they build a diverse, inclusive community and workforce, online and off.

Most recently, with the success of her book, Road Map for Revolutionaries, published by Ten Speed Press, she is working to provide practical tactics for engaging in effective day-to-day activism and advocacy at all levels in today’s gridlocked, heavily-surveilled, and politically volatile landscape.

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What Hosts are Saying

Weeks after her visit, people are still buzzing about Elisa’s talk. Her expertise, passion and charisma all came shining through. Elisa’s wide-ranging experiences meant that the audience could all find something to relate to — from creating a values-driven organization; to thriving post-acquisition; to making change in organizations and communities. She offered data-driven insights and practical, solution-focused ideas. Audience members were impressed with her intellect, clarity and honesty.

— Olivia Shen Green, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Logitech

It was such an impactful keynote, employees were talking about the presentation and the content all day.

—Rohini Duvvuri, Sr. HR Business Partner, Guidewire, Inc.