Formerly worked with the Anti-Defamation Leauge
Caryl Stern, President and CEO of the US Fund for UNICEF, says that being a parent has influenced the way she approaches her job. "I definitely need to balance my personal and professional lives, to make room for both," the mother of three (and grandmother of one) says.
Tamara Monosoff started her first two businesses when she was just 9 years old. Now the CEO and founder of Mom Invented, Monosoff lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and their 8- and 6-year-old daughters. She took some time recently to share her wisdom with Work It, Mom!
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Member Close-Up: Lorrie Browne
Interior designer and entrepreneur
Work It, Mom! member Lorrie Browne is living her dream, helping busy people design and decorate their homes. She lives with her family in Florida City, Florida.
Member Close-Up: Ally
Owner and operator of All Our Milk Money
Ally, a mother of two who lives in Los Angeles, left the entertainment industry for a life of parenthood and entrepreneurship. She started her company out of a desire to help work-at-home parents, and has been happily watching her business grow.
Member Close-Up: Sonyareads
Runs an Internet book store and waits tables at night
Sonyareads is a mother of three who runs an Internet book store and two other business from her home in Alabama and also waits tables on the side.
Member Close-Up: Nicu101
MD, medical blogger, and owner of NICU101.com
This week, we talk with Nicu101 is a mom of three who lives in Colorado. She likes the great outdoors (SCUBA and snowboarding) and indoors (reading, knitting) as well.
Author of "Birthing the Elephant"
Karin Abarbanel runs her own one-woman marketing communications firm, Abarbanel Communications, but her true love is writing. She describes her newest book, Birthing the Elephant, as the What to Expect When You're Expecting of small-business books. "It gives women an emotional road map to the first 22 months of their venture," she says.
Member Close-Up: Karen
Works at home with FourPointMoms
Each week, we'll introduce you to one of your fellow Work It, Mom! members. This week, we sat down (at our respective computers) to chat with Karen.
Founder and President of Babble Soft
Aruni Gunasegaram is an entrepreneur, professor, writer, and small business adviser who lives in Texas with her husband, Erin Defosse, and their two young children. After the high-tech business they founded together was sold in 2002, Gunasegaram, who is also a CPA, taught at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin and eventually made her way back into the world of entrepreneurship as the founder and president of Babble Soft, a company that provides software solutions to new moms and dads, easing their transition into parenthood.
Naomi Dunford, Founder of Itty Bitty Marketing
Founder of Itty Bitty Marketing
Naomi Dunford spent 10 years in marketing and corporate communication for Fortune 500 companies, but decided to find a way to work from home when her youngest son, Jack, now 1, was born. The 26-year-old mom of two (son Michael is 8) became a microbusiness marketing consultant, working from her home near Toronto, Canada, blogging at ittybiz.com and running her company, Itty Bitty Marketing, which caters to people with very small businesses. Work-at-home-moms, take note!
Work It, Mom! member and business coach
Today's Member Highlight is an interview with Jenn Givler, a very active Work It, Mom! member and business coach, who is also a mom of a five year-old daughter.