This week, Jasmin talks to Elisa Camahort Page about her debut book, Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All. They also discuss the role of social media in activism, and how people can become more effective activists by focusing on fewer issues.
Known as the co-founder and COO of scrappy start-up-turned-global women’s media company BlogHer, Inc., Elisa Camahort Page was with BlogHer from its founding, through its venture fundraising, through exit by acquisition, through letting go. Camahort Page now focuses on writing and consulting with entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and organizations that are driven to take their big ideas to the next level. Her debut book, Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All, was published by Ten Speed Press, a Penguin Random House imprint, on September 18, 2018 and is the Amazon #1 New Release in Political Advocacy. Her mantra: Innovation+Empathy>Innovation+Efficiency Her mission: To make vision a reality. To help you complete your narrative. Find her at elisacp.com
Mariann and Jasmin talk about the Our Hen House fundraising drive, the heated exchange between writer Selene Nelson and journalist William Sitwell that led to his firing, and Jasmin’s upcoming speaking dates. We’ve also got Rising Anxieties from Mariann.
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