Michele Weldon is available for speaking engagements, keynotes, panels, coaching and workshops. Her interactive workshops will give you the tools you need to begin a memoir, write publishable essays or nonfiction books. Workshops are held throughout the country through special arrangement for groups of 10-50. She is also available to speak on a number of topics from media and journalism to gender, diversity, fairness, women’s issues, the humanities and popular culture. Customized keynote addresses or workshops from one to three hours are also an option. Click here to see a list of Michele’s past keynote addresses.
Venue One, Chicago
We are THRILLED and HONORED to announce the amazing and dynamic Michele Weldon as our Honorary Chair for Bubble Ball 2015! There is not enough room to list all the accomplishments of this multifaceted Journalist, Author, Speaker, Professor, Leader, Advocate, Mother and Survivor. Michele’s first book, The acclaimed “I Closed My Eyes”, tells the story of her own harrowing journey as a battered woman. Her new book, Escape Points: A Memoir, is set for release in September 2015 through Chicago Review Press. Thank you, Michele, for being a huge part of Bubble Ball 2015!
Date: March 7, 2015
Time: 7:00 pm
1034 W. Randolph St.
Celebrating Our Students – IUN Women’s & Gender Studies Student Conference
Anderson Library Conference Center, Indiana University Northwest, Gary
“Not A Fair Fight: Making Women’s Voices Heard in The Media and Beyond” will be the topic of the luncheon for the Celebrating Our Students research symposium at Indiana University- Northwest Campus for the conference with the theme, “Gender, Justice and The Media.” I will speak about the need for more women journalists and contributors speaking about critical issues to the lives of women, how far we have come in the past few decades and what work still needs to be done.
Date: March 12, 2015
Time: 11:30 am
CIC Music Education Conference
Northwestern University Bienen School of Music, Evanston
“Loud and Clear: Making Your Ideas Heard In The Media and Beyond” will be a look at how and why academics and researchers need to enter into the public conversation about critical issues in music and education.
Date: October 8, 2015
Time: 12:00 am
711 Elgin Road