Digital Clinic Live will now take place in September (date TBC) so watch this space.
Whether you are enthusiastic about social media, scared within an inch of your life about logging on to Twitter or Facebook, or are clueless about digital publishing or live streaming, Digital Women UK’s online advice surgery Digital Clinic is going Live to help female creatives find ways to use digital platforms more productively.
Chaired by Digital Women UK co-founder Joy Francis, our special guest presenters Foluke Akinlose MBE and Campbell X will be on hand to answer your questions from the get go. Bring along your queries and digital experiences to this interactive event.
The event will explore:
About our guest presenters
Foluke Akinlose MBE
Foluke is founder of PRECIOUS (www.precioussuccess.com and www.preciousawards.com), the leading online network and resource for women of colour. Foluke’s career has taken in roles as internet Europe editor at Moreover.com – a Reuters backed technology start-up which provided business intelligence and news aggregation products for enterprises and consumers. She also served as editor of ATE Online, the world’s leading provider of business information and services to the international gaming, coin-operated and electronic amusements and leisure industries. She was honoured with an MBE in the 2010 New Year’s Honours List for Services to the Creative Industries. In 2011 she was listed on One World Actions List of One Hundred (Unseen) Powerful Women who change the World, and in 2011 Foluke was invited to be a Titan for Doug Richards Creative School of Start-Ups.
Campbell is an experienced web producer and social media strategist and analyst with 13 years experience. She has worked on award-winning campaigns and clients include the National Theatre, Channel 4, Cenral Saint Martins College of Art and Design and LUX. Campbell trains artists and creative organisations to build effective social media strategies and an online presence through her agency www.powwowsocialmedia.com and is the lead blogger for Digital Women UK’s popular Digital Clinic. Campbell is also an award-winning filmmaker and curator who has written, produced and directed Stud Life (2012) which was awarded the Screen Nation Independent Spirit Award in 2013. Campbell’s body of work was honoured by the Queer Black Cinema Festival in New York in March 2009.