blogging c.v.

Published my first post on lindseytalerico(dot)com in May 2008.

Since then, I have blogged corporately, personally and even anonymously (ghost writing posts and curating content for other networks). I’ve also organised key blogging roundups such as the World Vision 12 blogs of Christmas.

I deeply believe in the power of story telling & love love LOVE working with other bloggers to tell their stories, challenge the perception of the status quo and raise a ruckus in today’s world of mass media and information.

In August 2011, I led a team of eight bloggers on a trip to Bolivia where we blogged our experiences and thoughts daily as the first-ever child sponsorship campaign of it’s type from World Vision.

Find me listed in the 2012 directory of Corporate Social Strategists collected by Jeremiah Owyang and the Altimeter Group.

I’d absolutely love to guest blog for you. Contact me via a comment below or tweet @lindseytalerico for inquiries.

Link collection of where I’ve blogged and where I’ve been linked….

No team in Asia will win the World Cup on OneGoal.Asia (also featured in The Guardian)

Text content on JonandMochPhotography.com 

Five excuses for not donating online on Probono Australia news

Day 28 of #Janblogaday guest post: The time I almost married Marky Mark // HelloBenTeoh.com.au

#npau TweetChat – Involving your community in your content with @LindseyTalerico

Rope swings, donut holes, and mosquito love // Sabje’s blog

A New Zealand style meltdown // ‘Sota is Sexy

Would you drink this? | World Water Day // World Vision New Zealand Blog

Emotion to action – Responding to Kony 2012 // World Vision New Zealand Blog

Can social media be outsourced? // LocalSocialSummit.com

Boldness, bloggers, and Bolivia // Internet Cafe Devotions

The 5 Commandments of Out-sourcing Social Media // The Fandura Blog

Collaborate for good // Headsparks

Bolivia in 100 words // World Vision blog

[Bolivia bloggers] A dozen unforgettable moments // World Vision blog

6 youth changing our world // World Vision blog

[Bolivia bloggers] Day 1: 3 airports down, 2 to go… // World Vision blog

The next 9 days… headed to Bolivia // World Vision blog

What would you paddle 6,000 miles for? // World Vision blog

Always enough love for one more // World Vision blog

Here’s to the first 100 — and to the next // World Vision blog

‘The Hole In Our Gospel’ inspires football coach to sell his home // World Vision blog

One cup at a time… (interview with Christian Kar) // World Vision blog

What I love about my mom // World Vision blog

When commerce and charity share a mission (interview with Kevin Murray) // World Vision blog

Do’s and don’ts of supporting disaster relief  // World Vision blog

8 ways to talk to kids about disasters // World Vision blog

Skype interview with World Vision relief worker in Japan // World Vision blog

8.9-magnitude earthquake hits coast of Japan, island nations face tsunami warning // World Vision blog

My liver’s new home // World Vision blog

Read all my posts on the World Vision U.S. Blog (2011-2012).