The MN Blogger Conference is a full-day educational conference for professional and hobbyist bloggers. Keynote speakers, featured guests, and panelists elevate the local blogging community by sharing industry news, best practices, and networking opportunities.

The 7th annual MN Blogger Conference will be held on Saturday, October 15th at Concordia University in St Paul.

Mykl Roventine

Mykl Roventine

Organizer

Mykl (@myklroventine) is the owner and creative director of Orange Jackalope Creative, a web design & development agency that specializes in creating engaging web experiences with WordPress. He is the co-owner of Get Social Events and the director of Social Media Breakfast – Minneapolis/St. Paul, the largest SMB chapter in the US, and host of their Social Media Boombox podcast. He co-founded and coordinates the activities of Ignite Minneapolis and UnSummit, and runs the local chapter of TechKaraoke Minneapolis. He speaks frequently about social media, WordPress, and typography.
Jen Jamar

Jen Jamar

Organizer

Jen (@JenJamar) is a content strategist, freelance writer, and social media manager. In addition to co-organizing the MN Blogger Conference, she is the co-owner of Get Social Events.

Professionally, you can find her at JenJamar.com. When she’s not writing for clients or speaking at events, you can catch up with her on her personal blog LifeWithLevi.com.

saraSara Fleetham
Volunteer Coordinator
Sara (@fleetssara) has been immersed in youth and family programming in the Twin Cities for more than 20 years. She completed a Masters of Public Affairs from the Humphrey School in 2010 and is most comfortable in the middle of politics and advocacy. She is passionate about collaborative public engagement for the common good and currently working with the Woodbury Community Foundation on planning future initiatives.

Founders: MN Blogger Conference was founded by Arik Hanson (@arikhanson) and Missy Voronyak (@missyvoronyak) in 2010.

Conference logo designed by Marcus Baysinger.

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