A shout-out for the ladies!

By Krista Van Tassel
July 27th, 2012

BlogHer '12 Conference, NYC, August 2-4, 2012Earlier this month, digital news website Mashable released an infographic report proving that women are the primary social networking users in the U.S.—56% in fact. The post demonstrates that women are more likely than men to use Twitter and Facebook, and even to engage in online games. Women are also blogging more than men, which is certainly true of our contributing team here at the Environmental Forum, where about 70% of our bloggers are women.

Wells Fargo is supporting this trend by joining with BlogHer—the largest online community of women bloggers—and helping harness the talents of that engaged and influential group at their 2012 BlogHer conference, being held August 2-4 in New York City! We’re thrilled to be a part of this event alongside all these talented women, many of whom seek and share savvy advice and expert-like recommendations online daily.

If you’re attending BlogHer ’12, please come say “Hello!” at our booth (provide number/location)! In the meantime, learn more about all the great things we have planned for the event on our sister blog, Beyond Today.

And we’ll see you in New York!

Tags:   Beyond Today   BlogHer   New York City   women   
Krista Van Tassel

Krista Van Tassel

As Community and Team Member Engagement manager for Wells Fargo’s Environmental Affairs Team, Krista supports the company’s 70+ Green Teams, recognizing and promoting environmental innovator best practices, and engaging and educating team members about their role in helping the company’s sustainability efforts. She also manages Wells Fargo’s Environmental Solutions for Communities’ $3 million annual nonprofit grant program focused on helping make long-term sustainable economic investments in local communities where its customers and 264,000 team members work and live. Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2009, Krista worked in a variety of sustainability and marketing positions in both the nonprofit and for profit sectors. Krista earned her MBA in International Business at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

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