Blogging for the Huffington Post



I’ve recently begun blogging for The Huffington Post. On a regular basis, I’ll be publishing posts there that are appropriate for that broader audience. I’ve also begun to appear in segments on HuffPostLive, the organization’s online TV show. Of course, I’ll be alerting you to my posts and appearances through Twitter, Facebook and other social media accounts, and likely mentioning them here.

My first post sought to change the conversation around STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) in school by changing the words we use to describe it.

The second post focused in on two words that I believe are particularly powerful, when shared with young women making important decisions about their education and career: You Matter.

My future posts will cover a broad range of topics. I will still be blogging here on a regular basis.

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  • Dino Dogan

    Hi Angela,

    I noticed your post in my tribal stream, and decided to see what’s it about. But then I realized you’re THE Angela Maiers. The lady from the TED talk.

    Suffice it to say, it’s a pleasure to have you on Triberr. I’ve been a fan of your TEDtalk for a long time, and I’m happy you’re using our platform.

    Founder of Triberr

  • Memoirs of a Single Dad

    Congrats, Angela! I found your post in my Triberr stream as well (like Dino). I’m curious how you found HuffPost or they found you?

  • Robert Caruso

    Go Angela! Congrats…

  • Becky Gaylord

    Congratulations, Angela!

  • erinklein

    Congrats my friend! Excited to read your posts!!

  • Lori Gosselin

    Congratulations Angela – that’s great!

  • shawmu

    Angela, what a great next step for you. Congrats!

  • ϟidney Peck

    Good on you, Angela!

  • Geoff Talbot

    This is awesome… everyone matters, especially you.

  • Daniel Newman


  • Jodi Okun

    Gold star moment

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