Alisa Brownlow was born and raised in Texas. After graduating from The University of Southern California, she worked in the film industry until she couldn’t take it anymore. She then went to law school at the University of Texas. She lives in Houston with her husband and two children, practicing law and writing fiction. You can find her musing about life at http://www.abrownlow.com, or on twitter @ABrownlow.
Kelcey Kintner has worked in the White House, been a TV reporter and earned a journalism degree from Columbia University. But nothing has ever kicked her bum like motherhood. She is the mother of five young children and drives a gold minivan because she can’t fit them all on a Vespa. She writes at The Mama Bird Diaries, a humor parenting blog and various other places but secretly longs to be an Olympic ice skater. You can follow her on Twitter @mamabirddiaries.
Kimberly Bither is an Entrepreneur, Health & Fitness Professional, Nutritionist, Teacher, and Writer. She is currently in the process of opening a new health and fitness club for women. She has been blogging since 2006 at http://www.KimberlyFitness.com and http://www.KimberlyBither.com, has been a featured blogger for Livestrong.com, DoleNutrition.com, Mint.com, among others, and was a “Featured Fitness Professional” in American Fitness Magazine in 2009. She lives in Massachusetts with her two children.
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Allison Slater Tate is a writer and a mother of four children. She received her undergraduate degree in English and American Studies from Princeton University and enjoyed a career in film and television before deciding to embark on the grand adventure of motherhood (mostly) full time. She writes regularly at http://allisonslatertate.com and various other websites, most notably The Huffington Post and Brain, Child.
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Alexandra is a first generation American who writes humor and cultural memoir for several websites. She was BlogHer Voice of the Year in 2011, 2012, and 2013 and was named a Babble top 100 Mom Blogger. Alexandra proudly presents with the award winning national live storytellers tour TheMoth. You can follow her on her personal blog http://www.gooddayregularpeople.com and on twitter @gdrpempress.
Shannon Lell was dramatically tossed off the corporate ladder in 2010. Shortly after, she started writing. Now, in between folding laundry and corralling two small children, she writes at shannonlell.com along with a handful of mom-focused websites including Mamapedia where she is also the editor. She writes introspective pieces on personal and social issues and she tries to use just enough sarcasm so you don’t think she’s emotionally unavailable. She studies literary fiction at the University of Washington and is working on her first novel. Over-thinking everything is her special super power.