Tag: millennials

Blogging at Huffington Post Impact!

I have a new post up at Huffington Post Impact outlining the three ways Millennials are using technology for social change: Writing about Millennials (people born between 1976 and 2011) and technology can be a challenging task, primarily because the messages we receive on this topic are so complex. One minute we’re ushering in a new way … Read More »

What millennials might not know about social media (and what we need to learn)

I’m a little late, but I recently came across this article stating why social media managers should be under 25 (yikes! what will I do now that I’m 26?). The main argument — which, to be fair, is not a new one and I have to admit I’m pretty surprised by how much attention it’s gotten — is … Read More »

What to do if you’re not a struggling 20-something – my thoughts on Taylor Cotter

Yesterday, Taylor Cotter wrote a piece for the Huffington Post about how she’s not really struggling. As a 22-year-old communications professional, she feels things have come a bit easy for her and laments the lack adversity in her life. Plenty of people have already stated that it is problematic to write about how great your life … Read More »