Six degrees of separation and April’s Social Media Breakfast #SMBDC speaker line-up

Have you registered for April Social Media Breakfast-DC yet? Don’t wait! There are only a few second wave tickets left. Third wave tickets are on sale NOW.

Since the topic of our April Breakfast is “Communities Connecting DC,” a quick game of Six Degree of Separation is in order. We used Asterisq to explore our speakers’ Twitter networks and discovered that they know a lot of the same people, use some of the same hashtags… as their networks get bigger, the world becomes smaller. Join us at Busboys and Poets (14th and V — U Street Metro) on April 12, 2010 at 8am to hear how our speakers are harnessing the power of people and social media to build bridges and make a difference.

Our speakers:

Jill Foster: Teaches communications through social media tools and community engagement in the Washington, DC area. Founder editor of Women Grow Business. Co-founder of DC Media Makers. Blogger at Live Your Talk. Named on by Forbes as one of 30 women entrepreneurs to follow on Twitter. Winner of the Social Citizen Award on how technology could help communities in Washington, DC.

Frank Gruber: Web product, entrepreneurship, social media, and emerging technologies expert, blogger, and keynote speaker. Contributing blogger at TechCrunch, iMediaConnection, ReadWriteWeb, and his personal tech blog, Somewhat Frank. TECH cocktail and Shiny Heart Ventures co-founder. Digital Capital Week (@DCWEEK) co-producer.

Yong C. Lee: Freelance writer and former software developer for Social Media Club Education Connection (#SMCEDU). Graduate in Information Systems from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Social Media Club blogger. Contributing writer at entertainment site TheCelebrityCafe.com and political site ToTheCenter.com.

Click to see the image in larger size and visit Asterisq to explore yours and other Twitter users’ connections and mentions networks.

Want to get more involved?

Leave a comment, send an email to socialmediaclubdc [at] gmail [dot] com, or send a tweet to @smcdc using the #SMBDC if you wish to be a “Head of Table” at any of our breakfast events. Essentially, you will be volunteering to ignite conversation at your table and let others pick your brain during the Breakfast. And don’t worry, we don’t mean this literally.

And as always, If you or your company are interested in sponsoring any one of our monthly breakfast events, please let us know. Email us at socialmediaclubDC [at] gmail [dot] com or send a tweet to @smcdc. Thank you in advance!

Now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for… click to register!

We look forward to seeing you!

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