Contrary Con, with Rachel Orr.

  • Amsterdam - Mag Inspiration Day - Nov. 2018: Creating a digital brand. Mag Day is jointly organized by the Magazine Media Association (MMA) and the Dutch Association of Journalists (NVJ), the event for magazine makers in the Netherlands, with top speakers from home and abroad. 

  • Austin - SXSW Instagram Creative Vertical Storytelling panel - Sept. 2018: An Instagram-sponsored event: “A screening of innovative vertical storytelling in news, followed by a panel discussion with some of the producers behind it.”

  • INMA Webinar, Washington D.C. - The Lily, a Digital Publication for Millennial Women - August 2018: The Washington Post launched The Lily in 2017 aimed at millennial women and designed to spotlight its journalism on distributed platforms such as Medium, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Learn more about the vivid creative concept and the early results.

  • Poynter Webinar, Florida - Secrets of a Successful Newsletter: Lessons from the Lily - July 2018: Learn tips and tricks from The Lily, a publication from The Washington Post targeting millennial women. This webinar will introduce strategies used by The Lily’s newsletter and 2018 Webby Award winner for email newsletters, Lily Lines.

  • Toronto - The Canadian Assocation of Journalists 2018 Keynote - May 2018: Amy King, chief editor of Washington Post's The Lily, will talk about building a community where women can engage the news—and be empowered in the process. Introduced by Shelby Blackley from the Globe and Mail. #CAJKing @theamyking

  • Paris - News Impact Summit: Expert Talk — What a Clear Visual Strategy Can Do for Your Brand: Lessons from The Lily

  • London - Society for News Design: Designing for Distributed Platforms and Niche Audience, with Christopher Meighan

  • NYC - WAN-IFRA Digital Media 2017: On building The Lily and working on the Emerging News Products team

  • Washington, DC - Contrary Con II: The Lily is hip, but not painfully so. The Lily will talk with you in sentences and beautiful images, not memes. It is reasonable, not ridiculous. Useful, not nonsensical. Respectful, not patronizing. The Lily is for the curious. With Rachel Orr.