Bio: Beth Blecherman


Email: techmamas(at) Location: Silicon Valley




**Founder and Editor: – Tech, Social Media, Business, Travel and Lifestyle website. Video editor: Ben Blecherman

**Author: My Parent Plan – How to Create a Family Project Plan


**Tech Journalist across multiple sites (Past sites include Laptop Magazine and Mashable). AREAS of my writing now focus on travel, tech, business and social media.


Business Blogger: Four Tips to Create Your Professional Brand Online

Tech Blogger: Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Holiday 2014 Tech and Shopping Deals

Travel Blogger: Luxury Family Travel At Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa 
Family Fun at Disneyland: Cars Land and Buena Vista Street

Road Trip Blogger: Road Trip: Nissan Leaf Electric Car #EcoTech
For products that are relevant for my audience, I work with many different brands as well on sponsored posts. Here is an example of sponsored posts :
BlogHerPro 13: Brand and Bloggers Keynote Discussion
Zagg Pocket Keyboard

**Business Consulting: Tech and Social Media Strategy.








PAST WORK includes:
*Senior Manager, Deloitte Computer Process Integrity Practice (SAP Security Implementations)

TechMama and TechMamas is a trademark of Beth Blecherman 2005-2015.



**** Check out my book that shares my secrets to using professional project planning concepts for your own family. The book is called “My Parent Plan“.



Beth Blecherman started her career in application development, system auditing and then a past role as Senior Manager, Computer Process Integrity, for Deloitte.


She created a online brand covering tech, social media, business and lifestyles tips at as well as past articles on sites such as Laptop Magazine and Mashable. Beth currently has a consulting practice that helps companies and startups with technical and social media platform strategy.


Her website (Twitter @TechMama) is on lists such as Forbes Top 100 Websites for Women and AlwaysOn’s 2103 List of  Power Players in Technology Business Media. Her speaking engagements include UC Berkely Extension, 500 Startups, Draper University, CES, SXSW and BlogHer. Beth’s book “My Parent Plan” applies professional project planning concepts to parenting.



In 2006 she joined on as one of the Co-Founders to Silicon Valley Moms Group (a mom blog network that covered over 11 regions). In 2010 Silicon Valley Moms Group was sold to Technorati.



Her personal blog, social media channels including:

Twitter @TechMama

Facebook TechMamas

Google + TechMama

Pinterest TechMama

Instagram TechMamas


Her new book is called “My Parent Plan” (now on Amazon) that applies the professional project planning concepts she learned to parenting. Beth is well known for her articles in,, and and her name can be found on list such as Forbes Forbes Top 100 Websites for WomenAlwaysOn’s 2103 List of  Power Players in Technology Business Media, Nielson Power Mom 50 influencersParents Magazine Power Mom , @ForbesWoman Best Branded Women on Twitter., PC Mag Top 100 on Twitter , Time 140 Best Twitter Feeds. Working Mother’s list of Most Powerful Moms in Social Media, Babble Top Twitter Moms and Red Tricycle: Meet The San Francisco Moms Who Rock



SPEAKER: “Online Branding For Professionals”, “How to Pitch Parent Bloggers”, “Family Technology Trends”, “Project Management Techniques and Technology”.


She presented at numerous conferences including UC Berkely Extension, Draper University, 500 Startups MamaBear Tech, SXSW, BlogHer, Web2.0 and CES.




 2013 Always On 2013 Power Players in Technology Business Media – Power Player in Technology Business Media


Circle of Moms by Popsugar 2013 Most Influential Tech Moms

Most Influential Tech Moms - 2013





Beth decided to use her years of consulting as a Senior Manager at Deloitte (managing technology projects) and other work projects to help companies and startups beta test products, websites and apps that have families, working parents or entrepreneurs as their target market.  She has access to a large community of social media influencers that can bring in to projects as needed to provide valuable feedback before products launch or after launch that want to expand their features.



Interested in Beth’s services as family technology and social media expert/speaker? Please email her at techmamas(at)outlook(dot)com.
Photo Credit: Brian Smith Photography

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Thanks to REP Interactive for their fantastic direction/editing/production of this video (that I won as a prize at a conference!)  and the Four Seasons Silicon Valley (my go to hotel for events, spa outings,  meetings and social fun) for allowing us use their beautiful hotel in this video.

Past Fun:

Beth was choosen BizTechDay’s 25 Influential Business Women in Bay Area to Follow on Twitter, by MomBloggerClub on the 25 Influential Moms to Follow on Twitter, American Express Open Forum’s 75 Top Twitter Tips From Today’s Small Business Moms, Advertising Age article on Diverse “Twilebrities, She Knows 20 Moms to Follow On Twitter and Parent’s Magazine’s Virtual Power Mom list.

Beth is a host of, online shows for moms produced by the fabulous Kimberley Clayton Blaine:



Her favorite conference is CES and she is proud to be on theBoard of Advisors (and speak at) for MommyTechSummit at CES. In 2012, Beth Blecherman spoke on the topic of mom blogging and social media.


Beth consults with companies that have products for the family tech audience. One of her current clients is Nukotoys. There most current product is a trading game for the iPod/iPad called Monsterology (more to come!).


On TV: Beth appeared on Channel 7’s Live show for a tech segment discussing tech solutions for traveling with kids:


Beth Blecherman, TV

Beth Blecherman (a.k.a TechMama) has appeared on air on other shows including:



Fox News LA: Most Powerful Moms in Social Media:

Beth Blecherman has also covered a few red carpet events (the fun.. I mean tough part of the job):



Sony Pictures: Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs Premiere





Disneyland California Adventure’s Cars Land Opening



The honor of joining the blogger embark to the USS Nimitz:


Left: Charlene Li of Altimeter with Beth Blecherman aboard the USS Nimitz


To traveling around Paris to attend Le Web with the Traveling Geeks:




Beth Blecherman a.k.a TechMama past contributions include:


MOMMYTECH AT CES: Beth Blecherman is on the Board of Advisors for MommyTech summit at CES. Click here to visit the website for more details(including a fashion show called FashionWare).

MOMMYTOMOMMY.TV: One of the co-hosts of MommytoMommyTV. Shows include “TechMama goes HotMama” and Social Media Moms Unplug at Paws Up Ranch in Montana.

MASHABLE: She shares her thoughts on parenting meets technology (and tries to get along):  Beth Blecherman – Mashable LifeStyle.

LAPTOP MAG: She was a guest columnist at Laptop Magazine –  topic of Augmented Reality toys , Web Safety, Laptops versus Tablets and Amusement Park Apps.

COOL MOM TECH: Beth Blecherman was a contributor to Cool Mom Tech, the intersection of tech and style, of parenting, practicality and fabulosity, brought to you by the same moms behind the influential shopping and design site, Cool Mom Picks.


Beth Blecherman pivted from her position as Senior Manager Deloitte (Computer Process Integrity) and to consulting with clients releasing products to the family tech market. This includes helping with beta testing tech products for families and social media outreach (Twitter Parties).

For more info on her consulting services, please email techmamas(at)outlook(dot)com.

Some clients included:


Lost Kidz: The first response apps to help parents with lost kids They have an exciting line of game apps (including “Monsterology“).

-I met the team of social curation tool called “Pearltrees” while on a Traveling Geeks trip to Paris. She advised Pearltrees on social media outreach.
Post: Understanding Pearltrees: A New Way To Organize Web Content .

…And advised many other companies in the family tech space with pre-launch and post launch feedback.




TechMama in Books:
Professional Blogging for Dummies by Susan Getgood

The Internet Mommy by Kimberley Clayton Blaine My chapter is about a pillow fight I covered on TWITTER!

See Mom Run by Beth FeldmanMy chapter is called “Night of Horror, i.e. The Night the Wireless Went Out “. Here is a link to my post on the See Mom Run book.



JOINED THE TRAVELING GEEKS 09 TRIP TO PARIS to meet with french startups and attend LeWeb. Here are my 2 posts from TravelingGeeks09 (DEC 2009):

1. Geek is a Global Language – But Twitter is Not (yet)

2. Traveling Geeks Paris 09: Microblog via Twitter

SONYMOM: Covered the red carpet for Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
In LAPTOP MAGAZINE (online and print article): Be a Better Tech Parent by Dana Wollman on November 23, 2009
HP/Vivienne Tam: Covered Fashion Week Launch of HP Mini notebook Vivienne Edition
CBS NEWS KATIE COURIC: Coordinated conference call and the Silicon Valley Moms Group to discuss the topic of Children and the Recession.
CBS News Meet The Parents (Who Blog)with Katie Couric on YouTube, April 2008


Beth organized a visit for the SV Mom bloggers to meet Katie Couric! (See Beth to the right of Katie.)

Writing Assignments (other then the blogosphere):

SCHOLASTIC: Take a Byte Out of Life

TechMama on Video:

One of the Hosts of MommytoMommyTV:

TechMama Goes Hot Mama – Guest Celebrity from Kimberley Blaine on Vimeo
LA Moms Bloggers get VIP at Chelsea Lately

Radio Shack Netogether -Beth Blecherman & tech blogger friends were on a 17 foot computer screen in Times Square NYC and SF. Here is my post, here is a post from TechieDiva who was in NYC.

Video and Picture as the SonyMom’s covered the Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs Red Carpet

Gadgetspin video of Virgin America Orange County launch party.

140ConfNYC Borne Today: Innovating for the future

CES Speaker: MommyTech Summit at CES 2010: Beth Blecherman is on the Board of Advisors and will be speaking on 2 panels: Mommy Power 101, Mommy Tech Makeover

BlogHer09 Gadgets for Bloggers and am speaking at BlogHer10: Online Branding

SXSW 2009 Session title “Moms Who Tech
M2Moms: Brands & Blogs: What’s Working? What’s Next?
GOOGLE: Digital Moms Panel

Social Media Business Council: The Challenge of Mommy Blogging

WEB 2.0: Birds of a Feather “Moms Who Tech”

BlogHer Business ’08: Successful Social Media Outreach

Part 1

Part 2


SILICON VALLEY MOMS GROUP: She was a Co-Founder and Chief Technology Mom of the Silicon Valley Moms Group, collaborative mom blogs in cities across the country. Silicon Valley Moms Group was sold to Technorati.


Mashable:June 2010 @momfluential (Ciaran Blumenfeld) and @techmama quoted in @Mashable post: 3 Key Location Trends for Moms by Noa Gafni @queenbee101
Best Pet Apps – Galtime VideoLaptop Magazine
April 2010: Gadgets Mommy Bloggers Want For Mother’s Day “Reuters/ Leah Eichler: April 2010 Will Women Buy the iPad?

LAPTOP MAGAZINE (online and print):

1. Be a Better Tech Parent by Dana Wollman on November 23, 2009

2 Best Kid-Friendly Netbooks for Kids by K. T. Bradford November 24th, 2009


Mentioned Moms Gone Wired” in the Dallas Observer News

TRENDHUNTER Magazine: “Targeting Tech-Savvy Moms”, April 2009

The Digital Design Blog: “Moms Who Tech: Lessons Learned From The Web 2.0 Expo”, April 2009

WALL STREET JOURNAL blogs: “SXSW Roundup: “Moms Who Tech”, March 2009 By Rachel Emma Silverman

BBC: “The rising power of geek mums”, (podcast), March 2009

PBS: SXSW interview, March 2009

BlogTalkRadio: PEPSICO Digital Speak Easy interview, March 2009

KTVU Channel 2: Stay at Home Moms Trying to Produce Income, January 2009 Video Network: High-Tech Babysitting, July 2008

CBS News: SF Conference Highlights Surge in Blogging Women, July 2008 “When Moms Packs A Gadget”, May 2008

CBS News Meet The Parents (Who Blog) with Katie Couric on YouTube, April 2008


Beth organized a visit for the SV Mom bloggers to meet Katie Couric! (See Beth to the right of Katie.)

New York Times Blog Caucus: “Women, Politics & The Internet Part II”, October 2007

San Jose Metroactive: (With the other Silicon Valley Mommybloggers) “The Hand That Blogs The Cradle”, September 2006

Other Tidbits: