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Gender Avenger Stamp of Approval

Gender Avenger gives us its Stamp of Approval

The seal goes to “conferences and other public events that have a minimum of 40 percent women represented onstage within two weeks of the event date.”

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A nice accolade from Gender Avenger

Gender Avenger has been kind enough to mention Y’all Connect for our diverse speaker lineup.

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Whitney Breaux

Our last speaker is …

Our guests from 2014 know Whitney Breaux, associate brand manager at Eli Lilly and Company.

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A crowd favorite returns for 2017

Our friend James Spann, who spoke at our first event to an excited audience, will join us on Aug. 11.

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Rosewood Hall

A new venue, a new format for 2017

We have two big changes for Y’all Connect 2017.

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Mailbag: Why come back for Y’all Connect?

What would be a good strategy for approaching the conference a second time?

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Stacey Ferguson, Taylor Robinson

We have two more speakers coming for 2016 …

With 3 months to go, our Y’all Connect 2016 lineup is coming along nicely. The latest additions … Stacey Ferguson returns to Birmingham, after giving the opening keynote in 2015. We’re excited to learn more about how brands and bloggers can work together on campaigns. Taylor Robinson never left Birmingham, as one of the operators behind Six Foot […]

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Ike Pigott, Jenny Schmitt

Our next two speakers of 2016 are …

Returning faces are always welcome at Y’all Connect, whether onstage or in the audience.

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Kristin T. Scroggin, Lisa Caprelli, Jason Falls

Our first three speakers of 2016 are …

Two new faces, one returning face for 2016. Meet the first three speakers for Y’all Connect Presented by Alabama Power.

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Gender Avenger Hall of Fame, 2 years in a row

We made it into the Gender Avenger Hall of Fame. Again.

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