Meet the 2015 Type-A Parent Conference speakers, who will cover a wide range of topics from web design to launching a startup, from Facebook advertising to understanding Reddit, and so much more. See the schedule here. Not registered yet? Oh, that simply won’t do.

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Kim Anderson of Thrifty Little Mom

About Kim:

Kim Anderson is a blogger and writer at Thrifty Little where she encourages families to pursue freedom from debt while finding joy in frugal living. She lives in Atlanta, GA with her electrical engineer husband, her talkative 3 year old son and the family Beagle, Bit. She has a slight obsession with iced coffee, has trouble taming her creative side, and never leaves home without a coupon.

Ciaran Blumenfeld of Hashtracking

About Ciaran:

Ciaran is a marketing consultant and entrepreneur. She is the founder and publisher of and founder As a social media and marketing expert with strong online presence she saw a need for a way to better understand and analyze hashtag use and turn that data into action. Most recently she has applied for a patent to track color usage on Instagram. She is obsessed with the Visual web.

Trey Burley of Daddy Mojo

About Trey:

Trey Burley is also known as Daddy Mojo and produces the content on that site. He’ll write about parenting things, DIY projects, reviews and anything that revolves around pop culture. He’s the stay-at-home-dad to two active, young boys. Trey’s background is in management, animal shelters, radio, media and education.

Doug Busk of Coca-Cola Journey

About Doug:

With more than 15 years of leadership experience in mobile and social media, Doug Busk brings a diverse background to his role as Group Director of Digital Communications & Social Media at The Coca-Cola Company. His responsibilities include overseeing the evolution and international expansion of the Coca-Cola Journey and Coca-Cola Unbottled storytelling platforms and driving strategic growth of the company’s corporate social media channels.

Steph Calvert of Hearts and Laserbeams

About Steph:

Steph Calvert is the published illustrator and award-winning designer behind design firm Hearts and Laserbeams. She earned her BFA in Computer Art from Savannah College of Art and Design, has 15+ years of professional experience, and her work has been seen worldwide on apparel, in print, and online. She helps frustrated small business owners stop wasting time fumbling with do it yourself design services and so they can focus on running their business. Steph has been blogging since 2002.

Mitch Canter of Mitch Canter

About Mitch:

Mitch Canter is a digital strategist, WordPress developer, and web designer from Franklin, TN. He currently works for UpTrending, a Silicon Valley based web design agency.

Mitch is also an internationally renowned speaker, traveling across the world to teach people about WordPress and the technologies of the web.

He is also a "sometimes-podcaster", video and text blogger, technology enthusiast, and pro-am gamer.

Kelby Carr of Type-A Parent

About Kelby:

Kelby Carr is the founder and CEO of Type-A Parent, the world's largest conference for moms and dads who blog and the first social network for parents who blog (established in 2007). She's been coding since 1982, social networking online since 1984, Web publishing since 1992, blogging since 2002 and tweeting since 2007. She is the author of Pinterest For Dummies and Pinterest Marketing For Dummies.

About Theresa:

As founder of the International Christian Mompreneur Network, Theresa Ceniccola equips moms to build profitable businesses that support their values of faith and family. A recovering control freak, Theresa is on a mission to encourage moms experience the blessings of running a business while raising a family. In 1994, Theresa discovered she could get paid to write - on her own schedule, in her own home, while wearing yoga pants. Now, with a steady flow of clients, she is officially unemployable.

Michal Chesal of Baby K"tan, LLC

About Michal:

Michal is a mompreneur who co-founded FL based company Baby K’tan. They relied heavily on organic growth like word-of-mouth, blogger reviews & social media, to become one of the strongest brand names in infant carriers. She knows first-hand the trials of starting a company from the ground up & challenges entrepreneurs face on a daily basis.The culmination of her unique experiences afforded her opportunities to be recognized in publications such as HuffPost, S FL Biz Journal, CBS & Miami Herald.

Louisa Claire of Brand Meets Blog

About Louisa:

Louisa Claire is a long term personal blogger and founder of Brand Meets Blog, an Australian based, global blogger outreach agency. With crazy red hair, she raises three children, runs Brand Meets Blog and brings raw honesty to blogging about how brands and bloggers can enjoy the best outcomes working together.

Julie Cole of Mabel's Labels

About Julie:

Julie Cole is the co-founding vice-president of award-winning children's label manufacturer Mabel's Labels. She has helped her company bring their product to a worldwide market, gain media recognition and win countless entrepreneur awards. Cole is a regular television contributor, an influential and syndicated blogger and a mother of six.

Jacqueline Cromwell of NerdFamily

About Jacqueline:

Blogger, consultant, nerd, geek, homeschooler and woman. Need more be said? Ok, here is a little more. Jacqueline runs while writing for other sites and manages social media as a freelancer. She is a huge geek who came into blogging through her love of computers, learning and all things geeky. She balances her internet life with homeschooling her 4 children along with living a great life with her husband Jeremy!

Tracey Del Moral of OshKosh B'gosh

About Tracey:

With more than 14 years of experience innovating and managing consumer brand campaigns, Tracey Del Moral brings her passion for connecting brands to consumers in her role as Senior Brand Marketing Manager for OshKosh B’gosh at Carter’s, Inc. Tracey is responsible for marketing programs, brand philanthropy and partnership initiatives that drive brand awareness to engage with today’s mom.

Angel Djambazov of Lab6 Media

About Angel:

Co-Founder of Lab6 Media, Angel transformed a decade of journalism skills into a well respected marketing career in the affiliate industry. In his rookie year of 2006, he was awarded Affiliate Manager of the Year and has continued to garner several coveted and auspicious industry awards. His passionate work with both small brands and large corporations has his insights and ideas in much demand. He is an avid book collector, sustainable food advocate, and organic farmer.

Adrianna Domingos-Lupher of MSB New Media

About Adrianna:

Adrianna Domingos-Lupher is the CEO of MSB New Media, creator of the online magazine NextGen MilSpouse, and co-founder of SpouseBox. Adrianna is a passionate advocate for military spouse professional development, entrepreneurship, and political engagement. In 2014 she was honored by the White House as a Military Spouse Entrepreneur Champion of Change. She has been featured in Glamour Magazine and has contributed to several notable print and digital publications.

Tauni Everett of Snap

About Tauni:

Tauni is a former public relations executive who spent 12+ years handling communications and events for an array of clients, from the NBA and Olympics to politicians. She's spent time pitching sports in France and waking up early in New York to visit the Today Show.
Today, she works as a consultant and hosts Snap, an annual social media conference for bloggers, focused on entertaining, crafts and home DIY.

Stacey Ferguson of Blogalicious

About Stacey:

Featured in Southern Living, The Washington Post, Black Enterprise, NPR, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, Mashable, The Root, and so many more, Stacey is a sought-after media personality, digital brand strategist, content creator, public speaker, freelance writer, advisory board member, entrepreneurship coach, Chief Curator of the Be Blogalicious community and conferences celebrating diversity among women in social media, and publisher of Justice Fergie Lifestyle Media.

Karen Garcia of Lab6 Media

About Karen:

Karen Garcia has sixteen years of experience in e-commerce and marketing. Since 1999, she has consulted on and profitably managed dozens of affiliate programs on many different network platforms ranging from large national brands to niche merchants. She served on the Board of Directors for the Performance Marketing Association for three terms as an officer. Most importantly, she is a geeky mother of three and loves to craft, crochet, knit, and sew when she has a free moment.

Deborah Gilboa, MD of Ask Doctor G

About Deborah:

Dr. G is a parenting and youth development expert, Family Physician, international speaker, author, media expert and mom of four boys. Dr. G appears on Good Morning America, FOX, CBS, NBC and ABC. She is a regular contributor on CBS’ Pittsburgh Today Live, and ABC's Windy City Live. She also contributes regularly to Huffington Post, Your Teen magazine, Parents magazine and Her most recent best-selling book is Get the Behavior You Want... Without Being the Parent You Hate!

Christina Gleason of WELL, in THIS House

About Christina:

I’m a professional copywriter, editor, and blogger. My company is called Phenomenal Content. (Hire me!) I’m a relatively high-functioning Aspie who also lives with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. I’m a geek for grammar, fantasy, and select types of gaming, including World of Warcraft and Plants vs Zombies 2. I hate vegetables. I have started writing no fewer than five novels, and I swear I'm getting on of them published in 2015.

David Griner of Adweek

About David:

As digital managing editor of Adweek, David Griner oversees the news team for the magazine's highly popular website, read by millions each week. David is a longtime Type-A attendee and speaker, having been a vocal advocate for bloggers and influencers in his previous role as a marketing agency VP. Today he guides Adweek's digital coverage of marketing, media and tech, while also hosting the magazine's weekly #AdweekChat on Twitter and Periscope.

Ryan Hamilton of Life of Dad

About Ryan:

Ryan E. Hamilton is a father, blogger, podcaster, coder and Co-founder & Chief Web Developer of Life of Dad [ ] – The Social Network for Dads, and Co-host of “The Life of Dad After Show” [ ] podcast. A programmer since elementary school, Ryan also teaches his 9-year-old son (and children and parents worldwide) how to code through a blogging/podcasting effort called “DaddyDev” [ ].

Nicole Hempeck of Moments that Define Life

About Nicole:

I am a mom to three lovely girls, wife to a handsome military guy and a content and social media coordinator, currently with BabyCenter. My personal blog Moments that Define Life is where I get to put my own thoughts out into the world, although admittedly, not as I would like. I have had the pleasure of building a lovely career through the blogging community and Type A has been a huge part of that journey. I'm looking forward to attending again this year!

Phil Hollows of FeedBlitz

About Phil:

Phil Hollows is the Founder & CEO of FeedBlitz, the email marketing, RSS feed & social media automation service. Phil started what became FeedBlitz in 2005, raising private equity investment in 2006. He's also the author of “List Building for Bloggers” - email marketing for the rest of us.

Stateside for 22 years, father of two teens & living in greater Boston, MA, Phil enjoys hearing from folks here how much they love his accent, and from friends & family in England how American he sounds.

Toni Husbands of Debt Free Divas

About Toni:

Toni Husbands is a financial coach and co-founder of the Debt Free Divas. This wife and mother of two precious angels dumped over $100K in debt and now works to help others break up with debt. She the author of the debt free manual, The Great Debt Dump. When she's not blogging, she loves exploring Chicago and taking on the $20 date night challenge!

L. Michelle Jackson of The Shop My Closet Project

About L. Michelle:

Michelle Jackson is a Denver based person finance blogger of The Shop My Closet Project and podcaster of the show Girl Gone Frugal. Her goal is to help her readers embrace their dream life through pain-free frugal living.

Piera Jolly of DiMe Media

About Piera:

In addition to running her award-winning mom blog,, Piera Jolly is also co-CEO & co-founder of DiMe Media (formerly Latina Mom Bloggers), a Hispanic social media & content marketing firm which features the industry’s most comprehensive WOM communications services. With a network of 1,000+ Latina & Latino influencers on YouTube, Instagram, Vine, & blogs, DiMe Media develops made-to-measure & culturally relevant campaigns that engage today’s multifaceted U.S. Hispanic consumers.

Megan Jordan of Wonder and Company

About Megan:

Megan Jordan is a writer, consultant, and co-founding editor of the lifestyle and imagination destination Wonder and Company: Merchants of Adventure and Whimsy. Mother of three, she updates her personal blog,, at a Southern pace (read: leisurely). She recently launched The Storied Studio, a writing studio on the MS Gulf Coast, and is opening Wonder and Company's first retail location this winter in the magical wake of their quarterly mystery subscription box, Wonderful Objects.

Julie Kahle of BalancingMama

About Julie:

Julie Kahle is a blogger by night and an experienced advertising professional by day. Julie is currently a paid media, research, and social media consultant to several clients after leaving full-time work to spend less time in traffic and more time with her daughter and infant son. Julie is presenting "Attention-Grabbing Brand Pitches" at the conference this year.

Annalise Kaylor of Annalise Kaylor Consulting

About Annalise:

Annalise Kaylor built her first "social network" in 1992, when BBS's were all the rage and 14.4 bps was considered fast. A thought leader in the social space, her client credits include NIke, UPS, Verizon, Estee Lauder, Four Seasons Hotels, and more. Annalise is a source for social and tech press including Mashable, ReadWrite, and, and was the technical editor for "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pinterest Marketing."

In her spare time, she photographs rock stars and flies planes.

Danica Kombol of Everywhere Agency

About Danica:

Danica Kombol is the CEO of the Everywhere Agency, a leading social media & influencer marketing firm that works with Fortune 500 companies crafting and executing successful campaigns. With clients such as Macy’s, Cox Communications, and Domain.ME, her agency is no stranger to big names and big projects. She founded the blogger network, Everywhere Society to power the agency’s many award winning influencer campaigns. Danica blogs & speaks frequently about social media.

lisa lehmann of Studio Jewel

About lisa:

MAMA TO 4 "smalls".
Typically found with a camera in one hand…Starbucks in the other…a golden retriever by my side & slightly covered in silver dust. Guaranteed to be wearing fabulous boots.

Jamie Lieberman of Type-A Parent and Businessese

About Jamie:

Jamie Lieberman is the Type-A Parent Director of Operations, a lawyer and a partner in Businessese and Hashtag Legal, two new ventures that provide legal and consulting services to bloggers and small businesses. Jamie also provides freelance legal research, writing and editing services to law firms and lawyers. Jamie is a proud Jersey girl and a mom to two boys, a preschooler and a toddler, so give her a hug (and a drink) when you meet her. She probably needs it.

Gina Lincicum of MoneywiseMoms

About Gina:

Gina Lincicum has been blogging about family finance and frugal living at MoneywiseMoms since 2008. She has consistently earned a part-time income while working 10-12 hours per week. On the blog, she shares strategies for busy moms to balance the budget with posts about meal planning, easy recipes, frugal fun activities and outings, travel, smart shopping, and budgeting. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband of 21 years and her 9 year old identical twin girls and a 12 year old son.

Danielle Liss of Businessese

About Danielle:

Danielle is a lawyer at Partner in Businessese and Hashtag Legal. She's a Jersey girl living in the desert with her hairless cats and family.

Amiyrah Martin of 4 Hats and Frugal

About Amiyrah:

Amiyrah is the owner of 4 Hats and Frugal, a website dedicated to helping families find fun on a dime.She chats about family, food, fashion and finance; her 4 hats in life. Since 2007, she has built up her small corner of the internet as a place for financial accountably for her family, and a learning space for her readers. 4 Hats and Frugal has been featured on The Doctor Oz Show, Good Morning America, Woman's World Magazine Buzzed, and CNN.

Kimber Matherne of The Pinning Mama

About Kimber:

Kimber Matherne is an engineer by trade but a hopeless right brain by practice. All of her best creations are shared on her blog The Pinning Mama, which has posts boasting almost a million pins! Her love of creating content that is uniquely compelling and sharable has allowed her to grow her blog to almost a million pageviews monthly, and created a full time income for her as a stay {work} at home mom to 3 small kids less than two years of blogging.

Ron Mattocks of City Dads Group

About Ron:

Ron Mattocks started Clark Kent's Lunchbox at a time when dad blogs had just crawled from the water to grow legs. During the evolution he wrote for Babble, Huffington Post, & The TODAY Show. His book Sugar Milk: What One Dad Drinks When He Can't Afford Vodka made 0 dollars but did bring brands knocking on his door & he quickly sold out. Now he's the City Dads Group community manager & Director of Digital Marketing Services for Aptera in Indiana. He has 3 wiley sons & a deep love for Richard Marx

Allison McDonald of No Time For Flash Cards

About Allison:

Allison McDonald is the preschool teacher, grad student, writer and mom behind No Time For Flash Cards a blog all about early learning. When she isn't creating new lessons or writing for sites like Scholastic Parents and PBS Parents she is probably running or studying. She lives with her two kids and saint of a husband in a yellow farmhouse outside of Seattle.

Jaime McKee of Love Jaime

About Jaime:

Jaime McKee is a wife, mom, runner, crafter and cat mom. She lives in the Asheville area, and has been blogging since 2005. Love Jaime is a lifestyle blog that has evolved over the years from a personal diary to a space where you will find race reviews, running and fitness tips, travel stories (especially as it pertains to Asheville) and stories about her family. She was a website developer more than 13 years and recently became Director of Online Presence and New Media at Mars Hill University.

Julie Meyers Pron of JMP Media, LLC

About Julie:

Julie Meyers Pron has been called a “Momcyclopedia” & a “real life Google.” A mom to three, wife, educator, marketer, cheerleader, budding organizer, and me-time enthusiast, Julie shares her knowledge, lifestyle tips, business-savvy suggestions and real life stories helping you to parent confidently while remaining your stylish self. Julie started blogging in before blogging was cool around '00. Find her at &, and around the web via freelance & social media strat.

Sarah Mock of How I Pinch A Penny

About Sarah:

Sarah Mock so much of a foodie that she holds a Bachelors Degree from Johnson & Wales University! This lifelong creative soul uses photography, videography, cooking, crafting and blogging has her creative outlets. Sarah is a wanna-be homesteader that still loves to experience city life.

Tune in on Thursdays to Good Day Pa! for her Thrifty Thursday TV segment.

More fun facts: Ran the Olympic Torch relay in '02, doesn’t like broccoli, mother to 3 children, has 7 chickens, is an ugly crier.

Jennie Perillo of In Jennie's Kitchen

About Jennie:

Jennie’s career has taken her through the restaurants of Tom Colicchio, Bobby Flay, and Alain Ducasse. From fine dining to family life as single mom of 2, she now creates recipes, offering easy-to-understand techniques to make cooking from scratch easy for even the busiest of lifestyles. Jennie is the author of Homemade with Love (Running Press 2013), the Consulting Food Editor at Working Mother magazine, and regularly writes for Relish & Visit her at

About Sarah:

Sarah Pinnix is an interactive media strategist, and mom of three. She plots her world domination schemes from the NC Mountains. Sarah began her blog Real Life with Sarah in 2007 . She founded online magazine for NC Moms, and developed an 18-hour interactive marketing workshop series for businesspeople. Now full-time Social Media Manager for a large international NGO, Sarah regularly consults and provides training specializing in Facebook advertising strategy.

Lizz Porter of Am I a Funny Girl?

About Lizz:

Blogger & mom, not necessarily a mom blogger. Community manager, Star Wars geek, photographer, camper, baseball fan. Taller in real life than I appear on the internet.

Cindy Reed of The Reedster Speaks

About Cindy:

Cindy Reed blogs at The Reedster Speaks, where she writes with humor and clarity about family life, mental illness, progressive politics, and her underwear. She is a three time recipient of BlogHer’s Voices of the Year award, and her work has appeared on The Huffington Post, In the Powder Room, yeah write, Aiming Low, and She teaches creative nonfiction and storytelling for bloggers at and speaks frequently on the craft of writing. Now on life’s third chapter, she

Edita Rodriguez of Clever Girls

About Edita:

Edita is a proud employee of Clever Girls Collective, the 2014 Shorty Award winner for Best Small Agency and the social team behind the #Batkid phenomenon. At Clever Girls, Edita leads Client Services and Membership, helping to connect the best brands with awesome Clever Girls influencers.

Edita lives in Morgan Hill, CA with her husband and two miniature dachshunds. She enjoys spending time with her family, working out, traveling and drinking micheladas.

Jessica Rosenberg of It's my life...

About Jessica:

Jessica Rosenberg is a novelist, copywriter, blogger, social media consultant, mom, and wife, who juggles all her many responsibilities with the help of her dog and copious amounts of caffeine. Some days balls get dropped, but for the most part she makes it happen without hurting anyone.
She's been blogging for over 10 years and has worked on both sides of the blogger/brand equation. Be sure to come say hi if you have questions or just want to chat!

Nancy Smith of Lineage Labs

About Nancy:

Nancy is a season marketer who manages multiple roles with focus, perseverance, a sense of humor and the occasional leap of faith. She took one such leap this past April when she left iRobot her home away from home for 12 years to co-found Lineage Labs. After searching for a solution to her families increasing photo mess and finding none she worked with her co-founders and an incredibly talented team to create one. Bevy, a smart photo system designed for families launches this fall.

Mollie Surratt of Mohawk Flooring

About Mollie:

I have a passion for strengthening brands through strategic and creative marketing communications, public relations, content marketing and social media.

In 2013, I joined Mohawk Flooring, the world's largest flooring manufacturer and Fortune 300 company, as the Senior Director of Public Relations, Social Media and Content.

I'm a flooring and interior design lover and happy wife and mom of two beautiful girls!

Victoria Taylor of WeWork

About Victoria:

Victoria Taylor recently joined WeWork as their director of digital community after previously serving as reddit's Director of Communications and Director of Talent and assisted with AMAs and more with the reddit community. Prior to reddit, Victoria was on the digital team at ID PR and helped work on digital strategy for a wide variety of nonprofits, individuals, entertainment and more. She is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is based out of New York City.

About Kim:

Kim Vij is a Pinterest Consultant, Educator, Blogger, Freelance Writer and Speaker. She has created award winning boards on Pinterest with over 1.6 Million followers by focusing pins on Education and Parenting. She’s successfully partnered with leading children’s educational bloggers and brands to create powerful Pinterest boards for early childhood education.She enjoys sharing ways to make everyday moments into teachable opportunities on The Educators' Spin On It and several online publications

amy volk of Amy Volk-Live Better

About amy:

Amy is a writer, blogger, vlogger, speaker, & TV contributor. But mostly she's a mom to twin teenagers. Amy writes on her personal blog, and her food/fitness blog, While running a professional organizing for 8 years, Amy has had a regular TV segment, Organize Your Life, on her local NBC station. She has created countless how-to videos for her blogs and You Tube channel. When not working, Amy does CrossFit, cooks, and generally does mom things.

Miranda Wicker of Caffeine and Cabernet

About Miranda:

Miranda Wicker is a freelance writer, TV critic, pop culture junkie, wife, and mom. A grammar ninja, she is fluent in sarcasm and loathes both trapped white space and Comic Sans. Miranda writes the blog Caffeine and Cabernet, a conversation between friends about topics ranging from current events to parenting to DIY. She lives in the Atlanta area with her husband and their two children.