Speaking

If you would like Ms. Cockerl to present a workshop or speak at your upcoming event, please contact us.

Panel Speaker: Managing Relationships Through Technology: How is Social Media Affecting our Sisterhood, Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority, Inc, International Leadership Forum – July 2016

Social Media and WordPress, SUNY Levin Fasttrac  – March 2014

Social Media, SUNY Levin Fasttrac- January 2014

Things You May Not know about Google Analytics, NY Bloggers Meetup, February 2, 2010

WordCampNYC Nov 14-15

BlogHer ’09 Geek Lab: TypePad as a CMS: Blogher ’09, In Real Life, Chicago July 24 -25, 2009

First Theater Bloggers Social, April 23, 2009

MBA in Media Management Career Panel, Metropolitan College of New York, February 2009

Brooklyn Technical High School 2nd Annual Career Day, February 2009

PodCamp NYC, April 2008

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LifeTips on WebmasterRadio.fm, November 2007

Instructor: Mediabistro.com, Copy writing for the Search Engines,
October 3, 2007

Entrepreneurs Virtual Convention, August 10 – 12, 2007

Speaker, Identifying Goals for Your Website

Blogher ’07, A World of Difference, Chicago July 27 -29, 2007

Co-Panelist, Self-Promotion and Branding

eComXpo, March 20-22, 2007.

University Presenter – Topic: “Marketers Should also be Customers”.

The Wild Women Entrepreneurs Radio Show, November 2006.

Session Speaker, Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority, International Convention 2006

Metropolitan College of New York, New York, New York

– Speaker, Seminar: “How to Develop an Online Course” – September 2004

– Panel Chair, “Getting People to Adapt: Using Visual Media for Education and Change Management”, Education and Media Conference – March 2004

– Speaker, Seminar: “How to Develop an Online Course” – December 2003

Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Ithaca, New York

– Speaker and Panelist, “Web Design and Development: Vertner Woodson Tandy Memorial Symposium” – Spring 2000

– Panelist, “Young Alumni Architecture Career Forum: Alternatives to Architecture” – Spring 2003

– Panelist, “Young Alumni Architecture Career Forum” – Spring 2000

New York University, School for Continuing Education. New York, New York

Center for Career and Life Planning

– Panelist, Non-Technical Jobs in Multimedia” – Fall 1999

– Panelist, “Jobs Along The Information Highway” – Spring 1999