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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The Corialent NOW Conference is an invite-only event for senior-level marketers in the B2B sector. We’re filling the room with CMOs, creative directors, veteran agency executives, brand directors, and industry analysts. The goal: to get the smartest minds in B2B marketing in one room and then learn a whole lot from each other. Let's do this.
Join us for a special event for parents about kids’ use of social media and the internet. We’ll start with a screening of the documentary LIKE, a candid look at the impact of social media on kids’ lives and the effects of technology on their brains. After the film, we’ll hold a Q&A with Laurie Wolk, an expert on child and adolescent social media use. Expect advice for navigating parenting in the digital age and tried-and-true strategies for keeping your child safe in the land of snaps and double taps.
MEET THE EXPERT
Laurie Wolk has always enjoyed empowering others. A “go to” girl since childhood and a cheerleader at heart, she loves to help people become their best selves. Her passion is helping parents and their children navigate the digital world and learn how to communicate and connect with themselves, each other and the outside world with ease and confidence. An engaged and hands-on mother of three, Laurie understands kids and parents and connects with them both as a guide and a friend. She has been called a “modern mentor” by clients and is honored to be of service to them.
A graduate of Emory University, Laurie received her B.A. in Psychology and her Coaching Certification at the Martha Beck Institute. She received advanced certification at the Girls Leadership Institute as well as the Institute for Brain Potential. Laurie is the Author of the #1 bestselling book on Amazon titled Girls Just Want to Have Likes: How to Raise Confident Girls in the Face of Social Media Madness. Laurie is the creator of the digital detox “digitox” box and writes curriculum for schools and corporations.
Laurie is a former Board member of the Westchester Children’s Museum and at Girls Leadership and has a private practice in Larchmont, New York.
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