Our Workshops

The Speakers

Alecia Orsini Lebeda

Alecia Orsini

CEO of Good Natured Dog Productions

Alecia Orsini is a selfie-queen and an award winning multi-media professional. As CEO of Good Natured Dog Productions she brings the world of filmmaking to her diverse clients, in a wide array of industries. Alecia loves to geek out and does so as Geek Girl #26, traveling the country teaching video production, social media, and personal branding at Geek Girl TechCon.

Alison Caron

Alison Caron

Creative Director of Alison Caron Design

Alison Caron is the founder and creative director of Alison Caron Design, a Hyannis-based firm specializing in advertising, branding, and publishing. With a BFA in graphic design from UMass Dartmouth and more than 12 years of experience in publishing and advertising—including as creative director of Cape Cod Magazine and its sister publications.

Amy CQ

Amy CQ

Digital Brand Specialist & WordPress Wrangler

Amy is on a mission…a mission to play it big while staying small. A mission to help other solopreneurs, like herself, to learn how to use big business strategy on branding, design, and website optimization on a micro business level. A mission to be HUGEish.

Amy Dowd

Amy Dowd

Chief Geek of Coastal Marketing Solutions

A born marketing geek, Amy has over 25 years experience helping local businesses develop their marketing strategy. Her genuine personality and quick wit coupled with her experience in marketing management makes her a sought after marketing coach. Amy’s common sense approach to marketing utilizes both traditional methods while also taking advantage of the newer and geekier methods available.

Catherine Weber

Catherine Weber

Social Media Strategist at Aquent

Catherine Weber, also known as Geek Girl #12, has been teaching digital and social media marketing from the very beginning of the Geek Girl conferences. She is passionate and experienced in designing and implementing digital marketing programs for the likes of the National Park Service, Skinner Auctioneers & Appraisers, and Boston Medical Center.

Jody Paterson

Jody Paterson

Bookkeeping Manager at Fogged In Bookkeeping

Jody Paterson has been working with small business entrepreneurs for the past 9 years helping them with an array of accounting and payroll challenges. She enjoys working with business owners to zero in on their pain points and find practical solutions to their business and accounting hurdles.

Jean Kourafas

Jean M. Kourafas

Owner Basimos Digital Marketing

Jean has been an organizing member of Geek Girl Camp since its inception and is the owner of Basimos Digital Marketing. Since the mid 90’s, she has been designing, marketing, and managing corporate websites.

Kathy Zagzebski

Kathy Zagzebski

Executive Director of the National Marine Life Center

Kathy is the President and Executive Director of the National Marine Life Center, a non-profit marine animal hospital and science and education center in Buzzards Bay. Previously, she worked at The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in Brunswick, Georgia.

Meghan Blair

Meghan Blair-Valero

Owner Fogged In Bookkeeping

Meghan Blair-Valero is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, and a member of the Association of Independent Professional Bookkeepers. A lover of technology and supporter or women’s causes she is a proud Geek Girl. Having taught bookkeeping, accounting, QuickBooks, and children’s art classes she is quite happy at the front of a classroom.

Lynette Young

Lynette Young

Director of Marketing Technologies

Lynette is a marketing technology strategist and published author with focus on digital marketing and implementation services. She has been a highly sought after expert in social media marketing technology since 2006. She is also Hubspot Inbound Certified and heads up the ClaimWizard digital marketing products and team.

Nicole Noll

Nicole Noll

Co-founder the Women's Coding Collective

Nicole Noll is a social psychologist, teacher, and researcher. She is a founding member and organizer of the Women's Coding Collective, a collaborative learning community for women working and learning at the intersection of web development and entrepreneurship. With 10+ years of teaching experience, Nicole currently teaches and does research in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University.

Susan Buck

Susan Buck

Co-founder the Women's Coding Collective

Susan Buck is a programmer, designer, and educator with over 15 years of web development experience, starting with her education in digital media at NYU's Interactive Telecommunication Program and UNC Asheville's Multimedia Arts and Sciences program.Currently, Susan is a lab instructor in Computer Science at Wellesley College and also teaches Dynamic Web Applications at the Harvard Extension School.

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Conference Timeline

  • 8:00am - 9:00am Welcome, Registration and Marketplace

    Get registered and settled in for a great day of learning.

  • 9:00am - 10:00am Keynote: TBD

  • 12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch, Marketplace, HelpDesk

    Enjoy lunch, check out the Marketplace.

  • 5:00pm - 6:30pm Giveaways and Reception

    Time to network and win some giveaways.

Speakers and Panels

  • 11:00am - 12:00pm Panel: TBD

  • 1:00pm - 2:00pm Panel: TBD

  • 2:00pm - 3:00pm Panel: 20 Things You Are Doing Wrong in Social Media and How to Fix Them

    More to come!

  • 3:00pm - 4:00pm Panel: TBD

    More to come!

  • 4:00pm - 5:00pm Panel: TBD

This years TechCon is located at Monomoy Regional High School

Monomoy Regional High School is a regional high school located in Harwich, Massachusetts. Located at: 75 Oak St, Harwich, MA 02645, USA

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Sharekette Tank

Are you a Founder of a Startup? Do you have that awesome app everyone should know about? How about that incredible product that will be the next big thing?

Then you need to apply to pitch!

We are looking for 12 companies in 3 sessions during Geek Girl TechCons in 2016 who will have the opportunity to pitch and receive valuable feedback from our local celebrity judges and vie to win top bragging rights! You can apply in one city, or multiple cities. Bay Area/San Mateo, San Diego, Boston and Cape Cod are some of the cities so far in 2016. It's easy:

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Even if you are not ready to pitch, please forward to those who would love to!
*If you plan on attending a TechCon this year, these panels will be included in your ticket price so come and cheer these folks on!

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