Join Me at 2015 Texas Conference for Women Social Media Roundtable #TXConfWomen

Join me and my friend Robin Roberts in Austin at the 2015 Texas Conference for Women on October 15th! Okay, we aren’t friends – yet. However, she is a woman whom I admire for her work and her contributions. Plus, we are both listed as speakers for the 2015 Texas Conference for Women. That’s my claim to fame and I’m running with it.

Robin Roberts, keynote speaker, is co-anchor of ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Under her leadership, the broadcast has won four Emmy Awards for Outstanding Morning Program. She has conducted interviews with countless newsmakers, musicians, authors, athletes and celebrities, and has done extensive reporting around the globe. In 2014, Roberts was honored with the Walter Cronkite award for Excellence in Journalism, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame, and named one of Glamour’s Women of the Year. (TexasConferenceforWomen.org)

Other keynote speakers at the Texas Conference for Women include:

  • Patricia Arquette, Oscar-winning Actress
  • Candy Chang, Creator of the ‘Before I Die’ Project
  • Bert Jacobs, Co-Founder of The Life is Good Company

TX Speaker Melanie Mendez-Gonzales QueMeansWhat.com

2015 Texas Conference for Women

I’ve attended the Texas Conference for Women in the past and it is a day full of inspiration, connection and motivation. It’s a place for women of all backgrounds to come and learn about personal and professional development; find resources to help them reach their goals; and connect with others to build a network for success. This year there are workshops and panels of experts for the following tracks:

Leadership – Designed for a seasoned or aspiring leader looking to climb the ladder and shatter the glass ceiling

Career Advancement – Designed for the mid/senior level professional with significant experience looking for advice around professional skills and job advancement

Emerging Professionals – Designed for Millennials and newer professionals entering or re-entering the workforce

Transitions – Offering expertise for maneuvering career and life transitions

Health & Wellness – Offering strategies for managing and improving your physical, mental and emotional well being

Personal Development – Offering advice to help you enhance your life, grow and create more positive personal experiences outside of the workplace

Young Women’s Program – Designed for high school junior and senior girls


Don’t Miss Melanie at #TXConfWomen

I’ll be there sharing my own expertise in blogging and social media at:

Social Media Rountable: How to Maximize Your Blog’s Reach with Melanie Mendez-Gonzales

Time: 3:00pm – 4:40pm
Location: Halls 1 & 2

Blogging gives you a platform to present your voice to the world. Attend this roundtable and learn how to find your voice! Attendees will learn the basic tools you need to get started and learn how to build traffic and attract readers. Together you will explore tips for maximizing your blog’s reach to help you build your business or charity and spread the word.

I will host 3 sessions starting at 3:00 pm; 3:35 pm; 4:10 pm. Each session will include 10 participants and will be on first-come, first-served basis. With an intimate setting in each session, we can discuss how these tools can help you build traffic and attract readers to your blog.


WIN A TICKET TO THE TEXAS CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN

One lucky QueMeansWhat.com reader will have the chance to win a ticket of admission to the conference and enjoy this day full of motivation! Enter for your change to win below. Good luck, queridos!

Texas Conference for Women, October 15, 2015, 7:30 am – 5:00 pm, Austin Convention Center, Austin, TX 

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Melanie Mendez-Gonzales

Original content creator for ¿Qué Means What? Texas Latina mom blogger celebrating culture in education, entertainment and family life.

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10 Responses

  1. Marissa says:

    Congrats Melanie! You are a total leader! To answer the question my leadership qualities are insight, good communication and ideation! #MakeItHappener

  2. Christina says:

    I would love a ticket! I wanted to buy one but missed the deadline for the lowest price!

  3. Ariana says:

    I think this is a fantastical event! Congrats on being a speaker & muchos thanks for the chance to win!

  4. I’ve gone twice in the past. It is a great conference especially for making great connectios.

  5. Sarah says:

    I see myself as a great communicator and open to ideas.

  6. Maria says:

    Congrats Melanie! What a great opportunity! I am very happy and excited for you!

  7. How exciting! I wish I could go! I mean it’s literally being held right down the street. Have fun! And share lots of info with us!

  8. You, Melanie, are a rockstar. I can’t wait to hear you speak!

  9. Elizabeth Edwards says:

    Leadership qualities I see in myself are …..
    1. Knowing I’m a minority in many ways (a women, a latina, and a latina without the privilege of knowing the language of my culture) and how vital that is to myself, my children, and my community.
    2. Tenacity to take on the world with both feet on the ground and my shoulders firm in place.
    3. Emotional Intelligence as the fundamental foundation of every other skill I have, learn to have or will possess in the future.

  10. Irene says:

    It’s about being the example. ..being the change you want to see in the world.

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