Thanks for your interest! I’d love to talk with you.
Thinking an interview, guest blog, commentary, podcast, or event?
Topics most fun for me include:
- Women Entrepreneurs – how they did it, why they did it, benefit to society, how to get more women engaged.
- Starting a Business – steps to take, order of importance, what to avoid, how entrepreneurs can make it easier on themselves.
- Work/Life Balance – how to stay sane while working full-time, starting a business, trying to be a rock-star mom to young children, and staying married at the same time.
- Web Communication – building web sites that are easy to navigate and provide clear messaging.
I’m totally on board if the fit makes sense:
- An audience focused on women, primarily those thinking about entrepreneurship.
- Brands complement each other, so there can be cross-promotion and all audiences benefit.
- Video, audio, or written.
Please contact me with the details and I’ll get back to you once I review your request.
Looking forward to meeting you!
THE OFFICIAL BIO
Michelle Huls Rice is the founder the Women’s Dreamvision Network where she helps new female entrepreneurs build and market their businesses while providing a behind-the-scenes look into how others brought their dreams to life.
She is also the Director of Communications for the Top Five College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Michelle has more than a decade of experience working in marketing and communications for the healthcare and higher education industries. Prior to that, she raised millions as a political fundraiser for Members of Congress and congressional candidates.
Michelle regularly shares her communications knowledge at conferences and teaches / mentors multiple marketing, communications, multimedia, and engineering college students each year.
Her professional interests include thinking outside the box when building communications plans, fixing broken web architecture, and finding interesting ways to tell technical stories. She loves utilizing social media, especially Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for this.
Her personal interests include empowering women to be their own boss and to accomplish their dreams; she’s a political junkie; and history was always her favorite subject.
But none of that compares to her all-encompassing love and passion for her three young children, husband, and extended family.