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Jennifer Romolini

@jennromolini

Jennifer Romolini is the editor-in-chief and Vice President of Content at HelloGiggles, a site for millennial women founded by actress Zooey Deschanel that reaches 14 million readers each month. She was previously the editor-in-chief of Yahoo Shine and oversaw all editorial operations for Yahoo's Lifestyles sites, including Yahoo Health and Yahoo Food.

Before this, she was the deputy editor of Lucky Magazine and held editorial positions at Glamour and Time Out New York. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New York Post, Lucky, Time Out, Glamour, Better Homes & Gardens and others.

She lives in Los Angeles with an amazing husband, kid, and two cranky cats.


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Naama Bloom

@naamabloom

Naama Bloom is the founder and CEO of HelloFlo.com, a modern-day women's health company. She is a 15+ year marketing leader with a significant track record of building high-performing teams, launching and managing brands, customer acquisition, PR, and direct marketing.

In 2013, she launched HelloFlo with the goal of empowering women and girls to celebrate all stages of their life, from puberty to menopause. HelloFlo's first two promotional videos, "Camp Gyno" and "First Moon Party" have received over 40 million views. Naama holds an MBA from Cornell University and was recently named to AdAge's Creativity 50 for 2014.

 


Shauna Causey

@SHAUNACAUSEY

Shauna started her career with the Seattle Mariners Baseball Team before leading teams at Fox Sports Net, Warner Brothers, Comcast, Nordstrom, Google (via PwC), Decide.com and eBay. After selling Decide.com to eBay in late 2013, Shauna joined a  nonprofit organization she’d been volunteering with for four years, UP Global (Startup  Weekend and Startup America) as Interim VP, for a six­ month assignment. She is currently Vice President of Marketing for EveryMove. Shauna has appeared on ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, Bloomberg West and  Marie Claire Magazine as an ecommerce and startup analyst. She serves on several nonprofit boards: Seattle’s NPR (KUOW), Leadership Tomorrow, and Social Media Club Seattle. She has also advised the White House for entrepreneurship and digital media initiatives. She’s a competitive cyclist and beach volleyball player.