Register TODAY to meet Elisa Camahort Page, Christine Arylo and Shiloh Sophia on November 15 (6pPT/9pET)
On Tuesday, November 15 (6pPT/9pET) we are celebrating the theme of “Connection” with Elisa Camahort Page (BlogHer cofounder; SheKnows Media Chief Content Officer), author and spiritual catalyst Christine Arylo, and artist Shiloh Sophia.
Q: Where is this happening?
A: Join us from your computer to get into Virtual Reality, at AltSpaceVR
Q: Do I need Virtual Reality gear to join in?
A: No Virtual Reality gear? No problem! Our show is presented by AltSpaceVR and they have options for you, including 2D mode (that means you can watch from your laptop).
Q: Is there special software?
A: If you want to join us (meaning pick an avatar) you will need to allow 5-10 minutes to register for a log-in and download the software at AltSpaceVR
Q: What if I have a question for a guest?
A: If you want to submit questions for any of our guests as you watch or in advance, you can:
Email us: ChewOnThisStorytelling (at) gmail (dot) com
We check these during the show and will reply as well as we can.
HOPE TO SEE YOU IN VIRTUAL REALITY!
More about Elisa Camahort Page:
Elisa Camahort Page co-founded BlogHer, Inc., in 2005 with Jory Des Jardins and Lisa Stone. The company was acquired in 2014 by SheKnows Media where she now serves as the Chief Community Officer. Elisa has appeared on or been quoted in USA TODAY, New York Times, CNBC Squawk box, and more. Together, BlogHer’s co-founders were named among Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in 2013, in the Ernst & Young Winning Women Class of 2011, and among the seven most powerful people in new media by Forbes Magazine. Elisahas also been honored as an NCWIT Hero, an AlwaysOn Power Player, and as one of the AWM’s Sixty@60. Elisa is a founding Fellow of the Society for New Communications Research and serves on the Board of Directors of the 42nd Street Moon Theatre in San Francisco, the programming advisory committee for SXSW Interactive and SXSW V2V, and the Board of Advisors for Oakland’s Hack the Hood and the Our Hen House animal rights non-profit.
More about Christine Arylo:
Christine Arylo is a transformational teacher, women’s leadership advisor and mentor, internationally recognized speaker and three-time best selling author. After earning her MBA and climbing the corporate ladder for a decade, she chose to devote her life to helping people transform and architect lives that were both successful + sustainable, in which their hearts and souls could thrive. Known as a kind of “modern day mystic” her transformational programs, workshops, retreats and talks based on the feminine power and leadership, yogic techniques and earth-based wisdom, have transformed the lives of over 35,000 women on 6 continents. You can tune into her thought provoking insights on her weekly podcast, Feminine Power Time, at http://www.FemininePowerTime.com or on her regular blog on Huffington Post. She loves speaking in person and virtually with people, and has been a featured speaker at TedX, Emerging Women, Kohler, Gap, Wharton and many other women’s conferences, retreat centers, and organizations and companies worldwide. Connect with her at ChristineArylo.com.
More about Shiloh Sophia:
Shiloh Sophia lives life as a great adventure narrated by the creative fire of her Muse! She has been painting, writing poetry, publishing books and teaching at universities, the United Nations and in her own programs and around the world for over twenty years.
Her soul work is inspired by the idea that self expression is a basic human right. That each person has a right to know how they think, and feel, and the freedom to express that in the world. Her research and development around this idea has focused on serving women and girls through giving them access to methods of transformational art making through stories, symbols and inquiry.
She is the co-curator and founder of the Intentional Creativity Foundation and Cosmic Cowgirls, a woman and girl owned school and they serve between 500 and 2500 women a month through revolutionary education. Their school, inn and museum is located in Sonoma County. She also has a teacher training, Color of Woman, which certifies women to teach Intentional Creativity worldwide.
Currently there are close to 200 teachers in the lineage of Intentional Creativity. She lives in the vineyard lined hills with her husband, also a poet and artist, Jonathan. Their Muses can be found most mornings having tea and discussing quantum physics, philosophy and sacred texts in the Red Thread Cafe.