Month: May 2011


Interviewing Health Activists: Ashley Rose, Blogger & Winner of HAWMC

Today I'm honored to present an interview with our HAWMC Winner Ashley Rose, blogger at Tales of SWAGing. Though she was chosen at random from our Top Contributors, I'm really glad she was because she has a lot of fun thoughts to share with us and some pretty entertaining blog posts all HAWMC-long. Ashley is…

HAWMC Superlatives

Everyone's favorite (and sometimes most awkward) yearbook feature has made its way to the WEGO Health Blog! After a year of spending time with your class, it was interesting to see how the titles were divvied and we decided to commemorate the end of HAWMC in the same fashion! Lovely WEGO Health Intern Emily K…

Expanding Your Health Advocacy: Two Webinar Events To Attend!

This month we're focusing on expanding our advocacy and learning from each other - so, right in line with that are two upcoming webinar events we've planned featuring two unique Health Activists who have awesome experiences to share and some tips to offer us all on the idea of going beyond and intensifying our activism…

Top HAWMC Contributors!

Congrats to everyone who participated in our Health Activist Writer's Month Challenge! Lots of people joined us for a prompt or two and some really went the extra mile to contribute tirelessly to their blogs, keeping up with our prompts and proving their dedication to the art of blogging! Let's meet these HAWMC Top Contributors…

3 Health Communities to Raise Awareness For In May

May is a busy month, complete with several important awareness observances for a variety of health communities. How are you raising awareness this month? Even if your community's awareness month falls on another part of the year - we hope you'll join the WEGO Health Community in learning a bit, sharing a bit, and helping…

Expanding Your Health Activist Reach

Welcome to May! This month we're going to do some rhetorical stretching exercises to work on our flexibility to, as our theme notes, "expand our Health Activist reach." As an online health advocate, you've already got a ton of experience and tools you're awesome at using. You've taken the proverbial temperature of your community and know exactly…
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