Caroline Ervin is an Atlanta-based feminist investigator working to uncover the hidden histories of women who’ve changed the world. As co-host of the rad-lady-centric podcast Stuff Mom Never Told You, Caroline employs her journalism background in her new-media approach to educating people about health, history and pop culture through a gendered lens.
In her role as a public speaker, she’s addressed issues ranging from sexism and STEM jobs to social media and body image as part of the SXSW Interactive festival, the Clemson University Women’s Leadership Conference and Vanderbilt University’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week. A highlight remains educating a coed group at a fundraiser about the power and beauty of the clitoris.
A 2006 graduate of the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism, Caroline worked for several years as a copy editor at the Augusta Chronicle before parlaying her grammar-snob experience into an editor role for edutainment powerhouse HowStuffWorks.com. Between editing for HSW and researching for SMNTY, her brain is filled with oddball trivia -- and she’s hungry for more.
The Atlanta Press Club and HowStuffWorks Present: How Podcasting Works
Hosts from hit shows such as Stuff You Should Know, Stuff You Missed in History Class, Stuff Mom Never Told You & Stuff of Life will share their insights on how podcasting works!
Women in Tech Breakfast
Join us for this interactive dialogue about how women are succeeding in tech and how they are fostering the next generation of leaders.