Two weekends ago I spent a few days in Baltimore, for The Digital Family Summit; a one of its kind conference geared towards the digital content-creating youth of our age.
It was an intimate gathering with a host of interactive activities. I found myself walking around the event space in awe. Keynote speakers, panelists and even event photographers were all kids. We were given a space to collaborate, and share our honest thoughts and that was so very much appreciated… especially because it doesn’t happen often. Thank you Adam and Stephanie!
My panel, Kid Bloggers: Four Teens & Tweens Doing it Well, was definitely a success. My panelists: Victoria, Lauren, and Emily; along with our moderator Isabel facilitated and contributed to a great conversation. Questions ranged from how we initially got started, to whether or not we had a 10-15 year plan for our social media presences. They weren’t easy questions, but they were worth the effort.
For those that weren’t in attendance, you can check out my pre-speaking interview on the Digital Family Summit. I give insight on what the youth should be thinking about in terms of their digital footprint, and the reason that I started blogging!
On top of all my fun at the conference, I was also able to get some great shots for my upcoming photo project!
This has definitely been a weekend to remember.