About Women Online
Women Online is a digital marketing firm run by pioneers in engaging women through social media. If you’re a brand or organization looking to reach women and inspire them to change behavior, donate money, launch a new product, or help create social change, Women Online will create an innovative digital program to achieve your goals. Our online marketing network The Mission List is a high-impact, curated list of women ready and willing to use their online influence to act on causes they care about.
Morra is the founder of Women Online and The Mission List. She is an Internet marketer who has been working with women online since 1999. She helped Hillary Clinton log on for her first Internet chat, and has worked with the world's leading companies and institutions on digital marketing campaigns. During the 2004 Presidential Election, Morra was the Director of Internet Marketing for the Democratic National Committee. After the 2004 election she founded Edelman’s digital public affairs team where she worked with Fortune 50 clients. Morra worked in various roles at leading online companies in New York and London, including iVillage.com, eBookers.com, and at iVillage UK, where she managed public relations and marketing.
Morra was founding Political Director for BlogHer.com, and has written for BlogHer as well as The Harvard Business Review Online, The Huffington Post, MomsRising, The Wall St. Journal, The New York Times, and The Guardian. She has covered events from the White House to the campaign trail to Harvard Law School in her role as a blogger on women, politics, and work. She has taught at the Yale Women’s Campaign School, the Harvard Kennedy School, and at the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders forum at Harvard, as well as at the Johns Hopkins Graduate School of Communication. Morra is the author of “Women and Leadership in the Digital Age,” part of the Sage Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership. Her work on blogging and entrepreneurism was published by the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero. She was named one of Babble.com’s top 25 bloggers changing the world.
Morra has degrees from Harvard’s Kennedy School and Brown University. She, husband Nicco Mele and 3 kids live in Los Angeles.
Morra is a student mentor for the Brown University Women’s Launch Pad and Harvard’s Center for Public Leadership. She is a work-life advocate who proudly manages a virtual business and many flexible schedules. Morra tweets at @morraam.
Christine Koh is a music and brain scientist turned multimedia creative. She spent a decade in academia – during which time she was awarded prestigious fellowships from the National Institutes of Health to fund her Ph.D. research at Queen’s University and joint-appointment postdoctoral fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts Institutes of Technology. She was about to become a professor when she decided to hang up her academic spurs in favor of more flexible and creative ventures. Christine is the founder and editor of Boston Mamas, a stylish resource portal for families in Boston and beyond, and created the graphic design firm Posh Peacock. Christine also is digital strategist at Women Online, a freelance writer and editor, and is co-author of Minimalist Parenting: Enjoy Modern Family Life More by Doing Less (Bibliomotion, 2013).
Christine has been featured in Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, Woman’s Day, Parents Magazine, National Public Radio, ABC News, Metro Boston, FOX 25 Boston, and other fine media outlets; she has been named to Babble.com’s Top 50 Mom Bloggers, Top 50 Twitter Moms, and Top 30 Parenting Listserv lists. Her design work has been featured in Cookie, Brides, Pregnancy & Newborn, Daily Candy, and more. She lives in the Boston area with her husband Jonathan and daughters Laurel and Violet. She tweets about it all at @bostonmamas.
Jennifer‘s experience blends digital strategy and production expertise. A professional native of New York’s Silicon Alley, she has spent the majority of her career building businesses and advising organizations on how best to reach their goals in the ever-changing digital climate. Since 2010, Jennifer has acted as Chief Operating Officer of the award-winning organization, Personal Democracy Media, which produces the annual Personal Democracy Forum conference and techPresident news site, dedicated to covering the intersection of technology, politics, and civil society.
As a freelance consultant, prior to her work with Women Online and Personal Democracy Media, Jennifer played a key role in new media-related projects for organizations including PBS, the US Navy’s Maritime Civil Affairs Group, Gilda’s Club Worldwide, Public Agenda, and The Nation Magazine. In 2006, she co-founded a film production company, Framework Media LLC, and worked with clients including the United Nations Development Programme, The United Nations Environment Programme, UNAIDS, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Stanford University, and Tony Bennett’s Exploring the Arts. She has produced work appearing on ABC, PBS, and CNN.
Jennifer began her career in New York’s entertainment industry, most recently as head of technology and production for a music company. She holds a BBA from the George Washington University and an MA in International Affairs from The New School. She lives in Brooklyn with her boyfriend and puppy and tweets at @jenvento.
Kaitlyn graduated summa cum laude with university honors from the University of New Hampshire with a B.A. in political science. Kaitlyn got her start in politics as an intern on President Barack Obama’s historic New Hampshire primary campaign. She gained a breadth of experience in communication and community organizing while working with organizations such as the New Hampshire Democratic Party, the office of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, and Rock the Vote. Kaitlyn’s academic research focused on political messaging and her honors thesis, “Yes We Can? The Impact of Rhetorical Leadership on Youth Voter Turnout in the 2010 Midterm Elections,” explored the relationship between Millennials’ political attitudes and voting behavior.
Kaitlyn contributes regularly to Role/Reboot, a non-profit that examines the changing lives of men and women. She lives in the Boston area with her chihuahua, Carla Sagan, and tweets at @kaitlyndowling.
Jessica loves a good story--and finds nothing more satisfying than helping clients find theirs. She was most recently VP of Content at Wizeo, the world's first video technology platform connecting the world's most inspiring people with their community of fans--all in support of a cause. At Wizeo Jessica was responsible for securing talent--from fashion designers to bands to political activists and non-profits.
Prior to Wizeo, She spent seven years in public radio producing local and national shows at Boston's NPR affiliate, WBUR. Her documentary and freelance reporting work has been heard on NPR, PRI, and the BBC. An experienced oral historian, Jessica was awarded a Fulbright in 2005-2006 to document the stories of the Jewish community of El Salvador.
She began her career as an analyst at the U.S. Department of Justice, focusing on combating the trafficking of women and children in Latin America and the Caribbean. Now a full-time content strategist and publicist, Jessica has worked with a variety of clients, including non-profits, record labels, publishing houses, and major influencers.
Jessica holds a B.A. in Political Science from Columbia University's Barnard College and an M.A. in History from Indiana University. She studied radio documentary at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and oral history at Columbia University's Center for Oral History. Despite all these years in school, she continues to learn the most from her family. Jessica lives with her twin son and daughter, husband, and two cats in Somerville, MA.
Chrysula Winegar, Strategic Partner
Chrysula Winegar is the founder of Wake Up World Communications, a digital communications agency focused on social action campaigns. Chrysula has had more than 20 years of experience in traditional and digital marketing in a career that has spanned the globe across the consumer goods, finance, professional services, and philanthropy sectors. Wake Up World Communications has at its core a passion for women’s empowerment, leadership and solutions for the world’s big problems. Chrysula develops community engagement and digital strategy for organizations such as the United Nations Foundation, Johnson & Johnson and others. Recent campaigns include #GivingTuesday, the Million Moms Challenge, Global Moms Relay and Shot@Life. Her background includes companies like Estee Lauder, NatWest UK and Ernst & Young. A communicator, agitator and mother, Chrysula has degrees from the University of Queensland and the University of London. Her personal blog, “When You Wake Up A Mother”, is an ode to her belief that mothers are powerful beyond measure.