About Jennifer Geller

Jennifer D. Geller is a strategist, event consultant, project manager and writer for nonprofits, social ventures and collaborative efforts that seek to bring people together and make a positive impact on our communities. She has more than 20 years of experience working with Atlanta’s nonprofits helping them with communications, fundraising initiatives, special event development, and public relations to increase community awareness.

Phishing: You Know What It Is But Will You Know When It Happens To You?

2019-07-09T16:26:54+00:00 July 8, 2019|Blog|

No doubt, by now you have heard of phishing, the fraudulent practice of using emails, DMs or texts that end up taking you to a copycat websites pretending to be from a reputable company in order to get you to reveal personal information, such as account numbers, Social Security numbers, [...]

Georgia Considers Bill on Preventing Cyber Bullying

2019-05-20T12:09:31+00:00 June 12, 2019|Blog|

On March 26, Ben Halpert, Savvy Cyber Kids’ founder, gave testimony before Georgia Legislature’s House committee in support of HR 553, which would create a House study committee on cyber-bullying. Ben told state representatives, “Those wishing to cause our children harm now have more effective ways of doing so. The [...]

Savvy Cyber Kids travels to Massachusetts to present to Seventh Graders about Staying Safe Online

2019-03-28T19:47:09+00:00 April 7, 2019|Blog|

Ben recently travelled to Massachusetts and presented to more than 1,000 seventh graders at middle schools in the Haverhill school district. His presentations were underwritten by HTM Credit Union. Read about what Ben Halpert wants teenagers to know what is really happening with the technology they use in their daily [...]

What One Mom Learned From Maintaining Her Daughters Snapchat Streaks

2018-10-13T20:00:43+00:00 September 28, 2018|Blog|

By Jennifer Geller, Savvy Cyber Kids Contributor “Hey Mom, Can You Maintain My Streaks?” If your child has gone on a school trip or went away for summer camp, and no devices were allowed, this may be a familiar question to you. The bigger question is, would you agree to [...]