Amberly R. Carter, M.Ed
Hello Ambi Designs & Hosting
Amberly R. Carter, M.Ed (pronouns: she/her) is a social justice educator and multimedia journalist. She covers stories on culture, politics, lifestyle and tech on her mamietaughtme and Hello Ambi blogs. Her blogging journey started more than 15 years ago as a tech project for a volunteer program with her sorority. Today, she runs an internet hosting membership community, Hello Ambi - a sisterhood for internet creatives. She teaches women how to confidently create content for their blogs so that they can use their platforms in inspiring ways. Her mission is to empower women to rise in tech.
Amberly is also a cousin of Emmett Till. In her full-time job, Amberly works as an Assistant Director at The University at Albany. In her role, she coordinates diversity and inclusion programs and facilitates dialogues for faculty, staff and students within the Multicultural Resource Center and Interfaith Center. Prior to working at The University at Albany, Amberly held positions at Morehead State University (KY) and Governors State University (IL).
THE 5-STEP METHOD TO USE YOUR
PLATFORM TO INSPIRE OTHERS
In this session, Amberly will walk you through the exact five steps you need to make a profitable, streamlined online business out of the blog. Takeaways will include:
How to use tech to tell your story, speak truth to power and empower others.
Techniques to make money online and own your narrative.
How to amplify your voice with social media.
Amberly graduated with a B.A. in English: Writing from Millikin University in Decatur, IL and holds an M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction: Higher Education – College Student Affairs from The University of South Florida.
In 2016, she launched Mamie Till Mobley Enterprise, Inc. to assist families who have lost loved ones to community violence in the startup of their memorial foundations and at that time also assisted in the passing of The Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act of 2016 (S.2854/HR.5067).
Amberly is the author of Advance Your Legacy: Power Moves for Building Influence and Buried Alive: Remembering 7 Lessons Mamie Taught Me on Black Leadership.
Amberly has been featured/published in The New York Times, The Beautiful Projects’ #DearBlackGirl campaign, Roll Out Magazine, Colorlines, Truthout, Towards Freedom and the Illinois Times. She is a former contributor with The Call & Post Newspaper, Fashion For a Cure, Blushing Ambers, FaithFitBeauty, Essence.com and Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Amberly currently resides in Upstate New York with her mother and mini-poodle, whom she affectionately named, Miss Big Booty Judy.