Meet-a-MomInterviews with interesting & entrepreneurial Moms around town!
Hear what it’s like on the front lines in California as The Local Moms Network spoke to Dr. Hala Sabry
What a Connecticut Mom wants you to know about COVID-19 and her recovery!
Local Mom of 4 and co-owner of Class 101 Cleveland, meet Jackie Zahuranec! She and her husband are Cleveland’s leading college admissions advisors!
A few days ago, I asked my friend and fellow Mom to write about her experience as a Doctor right now. She has been sharing helpful and sobering information on her Facebook page almost daily as she and other healthcare workers battle COVID-19 and put their own lives in danger!! I asked if she would write something for all of us and below is her story!! Her name is Dr. Gabrielle Koczab, she recently just finished battling a heroic fight with breast cancer and she is one (of many) of the reasons we all need to STAY HOME!!! And she’s also one of the reasons why we need to tell our kids to STAY HOME!!! And did I mention: STAY HOME!!!
This mom of two kids with special needs started a company for those with similar needs—made in the U.S. by people with disabilities.
Meet author of the motion picture hit, Still Alice, Lisa Genova!
So we have some management changes to announce today guys. Kristin is taking a step back from the site to pursue other things, so we went on a quest to find a new site admin. Well, I'm pleased to tell you that we found one! Meet our new admin, Karen...
My family and I love hint water!! My kids think they are drinking a treat like soda, but with zero sugar, they can drink it all day long!! Meet found and CEO, Kara Goldin and mom of 4!
Meet Carol Kwait, local mom and small business owner! Carol is the owner of Partners to Empowerment Wellness Center, a business she founded on the principle of helping people overcome life’s obstacles.
When I first moved to Cleveland over 6 years ago, I was on a quest to find that neighborhood gem! Someplace close, with great food, great desserts and an inviting atmosphere. Not only did it need to be great, but it needed to be 100% scratch made. ...