Meet the Coast Along for WaterAid Ambassadors

6 September 2011

This year we are really happy to be working with seven fantastic Coast Along Ambassadors.

Not only will they be joining us and walking for Coast Along on Saturday 10 September, they will also be keeping you awash with all of the action using the #CoastAlong tag on Twitter too!

We would like to say a big thank you to WaterAid corporate partners Premier Inn for providing accommodation for all of our Ambassadors.

Read on to find out more about our Ambassadors, where they blog, where they will be walking next Saturday and who will be coming along with them!

Sian To

Blogs at: www.mummy-tips.com
Tweets at:
Walk of choice: South Downs
Walking with: her children – Sonny (10), Biba (9) and Betty (7)

Sian To is well know for her work setting up CyberMummy10 and CyberMummy11 conferences and will be hosting the very first Cybher conference in 2012. With a background in PR, Sian has become an avid blogger with a slight addiction to all things social media! Her daughter, Biba (9), will also be blogging and instagramming her way around the CoastAlong! http://www.bibasphotos.com

 

Rosie Shelly

Rosie ScribbleBlogs at: http://rosiescribble.typepad.com/
Tweets from:
Walk of choice: South Downs
Walking with: her daughter – IJ (8)
Rosie is a 30-something mum who blogs about her thoughts, opinions and experiences as a single parent. Rosie is a freelance writer and marketer supporting businesses in the parenting and lifestyle sector with their marketing and PR . Rosie also writes professionally about health, parenting and lifestyle issues at www.digital-freelance.co.uk.

Liz Owen

Blogs at: http://mummyinmanolos.com/
Tweets from:
Walk of choice: South Downs
Walking with: her daughters

Liz Owen and her childrenAfter attending fashion college 20 years ago, I fell into fashion and lifestyle consumer PR and have since worked for some top high street brands, however, nothing can beat taking a backseat for my two little girls and I’m now freelancing for smaller lifestyle brands as and when they need it.

I started my blog Mummy In Manolos as a great networking tool, reaching out to other mothers who have a similar lifestyle to my own – posts range from fashion and friends to music and mayhem, all with a parental angle and a touch of tongue-in-cheek humour.

Transatlantic Blonde

Blogs at: http://transatlanticblonde.blogspot.com/
Transatlantic BlondeTweets from:
Walk of choice: Ayrshire coast (Troon-Irvine)
Walking with: Blondie Boy (20 months) and Mother-in-Law

Blondie is an American girl who’s lived in Glasgow since 2004. She works from home as a freelance Social Media Consultant balancing working with playing and learning with her son.

As a first time Mom thousands of miles away from her friends and family, Blondie blogs in part to document Blondie Boy’s life for those across the seas.

Eva KeoganEva Keogan

Blogs at: http://www.nixdminx.com/
Tweets from:
Walk of choice: South Downs
Walking with: her daughter – Ella (11)

Eva lives in London and is an active social media evangelist and Mummy blogger. She has been blogging here since 2008 about her life and times as a happy go lucky blogger in search of the perfect career.

She writes about parenting, London, travel, fashion and beauty, green living, the arts, writing, social media and product reviews.

Claire ArchboldClaire Archbold

Blogs at: http://bumpwearproject.com/
Tweets from:
Walk of choice: South Downs
Walking with: Her daughter – Lola (almost 2)

Claire runs the The Bump Wear Project, a blog which aims to let women know that’s there’s more to maternity fashion than bows and lace trim!

Karen Strunks

Blogs at: http://www.karenstrunks.com/
Tweets from:
Walk of choice: Cardiff Bay

Karen Strunks works in social media in the area of community building. She is also a professional photographer, blogger, and community manager of a global photography project. Her passion for new and innovative ideas has led to her becoming a key figure in the social media community in her home city of Birmingham, UK.

Her passion and knowledge of social media is behind Karen’s success at building online communities.

She is dedicated to engaging people, bringing online ideas to life and creating offline participatory events.

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