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Kelly Loubet - Spellbinders Paper Arts, LLC. Phoenix, Arizona Area, AZ, US

Kelly Loubet Kelly Loubet

Social Media and Community Development | Spellbinders Paper Arts, LLC

Phoenix, Arizona Area, AZ, UNITED STATES

Social Media and Community Development at Spellbinders Paper Arts, LLC

Social

Biography

I have an undeniable passion to bring people together. Currently, I am the Social Media and Community Developer at Spellbinders Paper Arts, LLC. Besides keeping up with our community in the social space... I manage a team of bloggers called the Spellbloggers.

Before coming to Spellbinders, I was the Director of Social Community Marketing at Social2B. Prior to this promotion, I was the Social Media Marketing Manager, building community around topics important to the clients and delivering tangible results.

In any spare time I have... I'm a social media consultant, lending my experience to brands looking to reach the "mom" segment. I host successful live sponsored events called Mom's Night Out. These events are averaging close to 200 attendees per month.

My other experiences include:
Speaking on Community Management at #CMGRUN 2012 from Google in Chicago
Speaking on broadcasting live from a laptop at SheStreams NYC 2011
Speaking on writing a pitch at the Type A Parent Conf. 2011
Speaking on a panel at Social Media Week NYC in 2011
Speaking on the SITS Bloggy Bootcamp nationwide tour 2010
Hosting a live weekly webshow on MomTV
Former Community Leader at Collective Bias
Current President of the AZ Chapter of Mom It Forward
Blogging at Everyday Childhood

Find me on Twitter @Childhood tweeting my personal happenings and @Spellbinders for company happenings. Parenting blog posts, product reviews, vlogs and other randomness can be found at www.everydaychildhood.com.

Industry Expertise (3)

Social Media

Women

Arts and Crafts

Affiliations (4)

  • Collective Bias (Community Manager)
  • MomTv.com (Host)
  • SITS Girls (Member)
  • Mom It Forward (AZ Chapter President)

Availability

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