About Mommy Niri


Niri @mommyniri
Having been born in South Africa and having survived everything from poverty to riots Nirasha, known as Niri, shelved her desire for writing in a turbulent time to pursue a career in software engineering. After just barely dusting the remnants of Apartheid off, Niri set for the shores of USA to be a techno-geek by day while pursuing philanthropic interests by night. Fast forward 12 years later and a baby in tow Niri traded the rat race for her rug rats and turned back to her passion of writing at MommyNiri.com. Niri has been featured on Boston.com, Syracuse.com and India New England; and has worked on several charitable projects while harnessing the power of blogging like ending teacher funded classrooms, Rwanda Path2Peace, building playgrounds with Kaboom and the End Child Hunger campaign. She has also been nominated for the Nickelodeon Parent’s Pick Award.
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Speaker at:

  • Blogalicious 2009 - a conference celebrating diversity among women in the blogosphere and social media
  • Evo Conference June 2010 (Keynote Speaker) – The evolution of women in social media
  • Bloggy Boot Camp - May 2011 – Blogging bootcamp (Closing keynote) – Boston
  • Reviewers Retreat May 2011-  Mom blogging conference dedicated to speaking about reviews.
  • BlogHer - August 2011 – Blogging conference – San Diego
  • Blogalicious - October 2011 – a conference celebrating diversity among women in the blogosphere and social media
  • Blog Better Boston - February 2012 – a Boston conference focussing on all things blogging!
  • She Streams - March 2012 – Video blogging conference
  • Reviewers Retreat June 2012-  Mom blogging conference dedicated to speaking about reviews.
Want to learn more about Mommy Niri? read the Media Kit.

Email: niri at mommyniri.com

 

ramesh-kumar

Ramesh @ThePapaPost

Out of dot-com but I am still marketing online (search, analytics & e-commerce). No more diapers but I still need to keep things wrapped. As if running after my 2&4 yr girls was not enough, I coach field hockey. Its tiring.

From data networking to search marketing and now ThePapaPost.

Speaker at:

Wordcamp Boston 2012 - Future of SEO

Blog Better Boston 2012 - Awesome Metrics

Email: ramesh at mommyniri.com

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