Morra was founding Political Director for BlogHer.com, and has written for BlogHer as well as The Harvard Business Review, The Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Guardian. She covers 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. See where she's at now.

Listen to my Forbes podcast, Hiding in the Bathroom

Why We Need to Tell Different Stories About Entrepreneurs my essay in the Wall St Journal

HBR Column: Click here
Huffington Post: Click here
Read "Bloggers: Citizen Journalists or Entrepreneurs?" Published by Project Zero at Harvard

Read about Morra's unique approach to her business in the Wall St Journal 

See Morra's take on being a working mom and entrepreneur in the Wall St Journal

Book me for media! See www.shesource.org for information.


Watch me interview Nicholas Kristof: Click here

May 2017: Brown University Commencement Forum on Women and Entrepreneurship

May 9, 2017: Workshop at Mom2.0 Summit "A New Vision of Entrepreneurship."

March 4 2017: Keynote at University of Toronto Rotman Commerce Women's Leadership Symposium

February 24: Branding workshop at Harvard Kennedy School  


BlogHer 2017: Morra spoke on "How to Smash the Patriarchy

April 29: Morra spoke at the Mom2.0 Summit on Building Partnerships with Influencers

April 4: Morra led a workshop at Mashable NYC: "Establishing Your Personal Brand" for the 92Y Women in Power Fellowship

April 1: USC Public Diplomacy Conference

March 21: Morra discussed "The Entrepreneur Within" at the Women's Accelerator in Los Angeles. 

March 1: Branding workshop at USC's Annenberg School for graduate students in entrepreneurship and media.

October 22: Back at the Council on Foreign Relations in DC to talk about Using Social Media to Develop Your Professional Presence

June 16: Morra spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations about Using Social Media to Develop Your Professional Presence

May 30: Morra spoke in New York at Moms+Social Good with the United Nations' Charles Radcliffe on activism and parenthood in the global context

Why did Morra pause public speaking in Q1 2015? http://josephinemele.com/ ...but she'll be back!

Nov. 6: Morra taught the biannual workshop “Using Social Media to Launch Your Campaign or Organization” at Harvard Kennedy School

Oct. 12: Morra spoke at PRSA International Conference on Building Brand Affinity Through Partnerships 

July 25-26: Morra celebrated "10x10" at BlogHer (watch her talk) and spoke on "How to Join a Non Profit Board"

July 10: Morra spoke at the Bridge Conference on Engaging Gen Y moms and their kids in cause marketing. 

June 11: Boston area leaders, the Mayor and Governor Patrick held "Clearing the Path," a meeting to advance Massachusetts’ Competitive Position in the global economy by closing the Gender Wage Gap &
increasing the number of Women on Boards of Directors.

May 16: Morra and her husband Nicco Mele discussed the "Promise and Perils of the Internet" at Harvard Kennedy School IdeaSpHERE

May 1-3: Morra spoke at the Mom2.0 Conference

April 24: Morra hosted "Succeeding as an Independent Consultant" career workshop at Harvard Kennedy School

April 9: Morra chaired an event at the World Bank Spring Meetings for IPPF: "The Scorecard Revisited, Monitoring and Evaluating the Reproductive Health Action Plan"

March 18: Morra presented at the #GivingTuesday Summit in DC

March 10: Morra spoke at SXSW on “Multiplatform Strategies for Making Good Happen”

March 6, 2014: Morra taught at Google for the Autism Investment Conference Entrepreneurial Bootcamp

March 5, 2014: Morra was a panelist at the Rialto Women’s Luncheon “If Women in White Aren’t in the Picture, They’re Not in the Picture”

February 27, 2014: Morra taught the biannual workshop “Using Social Media to Launch Your Campaign or Organization” at Harvard Kennedy School