NCC19 Presenter: Elisa Camahort-Page
Elisa Camahort Page is best known as the co-founder and COO of women’s media company BlogHer, Inc., which was founded in 2005, sold in 2014, and where Elisa stayed until 2017. She is now focused on speaking, writing, and consulting with entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and organizations who are looking to do better, be better, communicate better, and collaborate better. She is also the co-founder of the Ternstyle Group consulting group and a founding mentor with the Mentor Bureau.
Her debut book, Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All was published by Ten Speed Press on September 18 and was an Amazon #1 New Release. A hands-on resource guide to activating around the causes you care most about, #RoadMap4Revs features contributions and/or endorsements from such diverse activists and advocates as Gloria Steinem, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Patrisse Cullors, Soledad O'Brien, Ricki Lake, Guy Kawasaki, Bobby Jones, and Carla Hall.
Elisa's guiding principle is that Innovation+Empathy>Innovation+Efficiency. Find her at: https://elisacp.com and https://ternstylegroup.com.
Join Elisa for her panel discussion and presentations at our Fourth Annual National Caregiving Conference:
Tools for Everyday Activists
Friday 3 p.m.
Are you fired up to make change in the way the system works? Or in the way society talks about, represents, or handles the issues you know the most about? Do you believe the healthcare system needs to get better and, for that matter, so do policies in your community, your workplaces, your schools, and all the other institutions that affect your life? Along with being fired up, are you grappling with a sense of overwhelm and a fear that your efforts are futile? Elisa Camahort Page, co-author of the Amazon best-seller Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All, has created a practical and actionable method for building a road map to making advocacy and change-making sustainable and fulfilling lifelong pursuits for anyone, regardless of ideology, capabilities, or available free time in their day. She’ll cover this five-step method and offer tips on how to be a more effective everyday activist as part of a busy life.
The Power of Storytelling in Advocating for Change in Caregiving
Saturday 10 a.m.
Storytelling takes us (the reader, the listener, the viewer) on your journey. Effective storytelling can allow a powerful passing through your joy, your pain, your grace and your personal transformation. Your story creates a connection to what you have learned and allows a deeper understanding into why your experience needs to be important to all of us. Developing our individual storytelling skills as caregivers is critically important in our policy and advocacy transformation efforts because our pictures and stories have power beyond anything else.
We are so very grateful for the support of the following sponsors of our National Caregiving Conference,
especially Embracing Carers™, this year's supporting sponsor:
~ NCC19 Agenda ~ NCC19 Virtual Registration ~ NCC19 In-Person Registration (Chicago) ~
~ Hotel Reservations ~ NCC19 Volunteer Registration ~ Sponsor or Exhibit ~ Testimonials ~ Virtual Caregiving Summit ~
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