is a recognized expert in career, effectiveness, work-life balance, and positive psychology coaching and training. She is an adjunct professor, speaker, coach, and professional with leadership experience in marketing, communications, new media, business development, and human resource management. She also is a cyberbullying and online harassment prevention advocate. She was the victim of a groundbreaking case of adult cyber-harassment. She shares her experience and lessons learned while navigating social media policies, law enforcement, and the judicial system.
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Monthly Archives: March 2019
By Jennifer Bridges, Reputation Defender There are certain risks involved in using social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter—and these risks are especially dangerous for young people, who may not be aware of these threats or fully understand their consequences. … Continue reading →
By Sue Scheff Don’t feed the trolls. We’ve heard this over and over again. It is a phrase that tells us not to engage with people online that are intentionally inflicting harm and cruelty towards others. In today’s culture of … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Reputation Defender, by Jennifer Bridges What to do if your child is a cyberbully? It’s hard to not overreact when you discover that your child is harassing others. But, the best way to move forward is to stay … Continue reading →