Tracy Managing Editor/Contributor: Tracy is the founder of LWM. She is a working teacher momma to her daughter Abigail, born Nov. 2009 and is expecting baby #2 in very early December 2013. Tracy was born and raised in South Florida. She studied Journalism and Mass Media at New York University, then moved across the country to the PNW. This move and giant change was spurred on after she became an eyewitness to the 9/11 attacks. She knew life could change at a moment’s notice and felt that she needed to make changes to find her true calling.
Once she fell in love with residing in Washington State, and fell in love with her now husband, she decided to go back to school to become a Secondary English Teacher. She began teaching in 2007 and has nearly 3 years of working momma status under her belt. During this time, Tracy began thinking about creating a working mom resource blog, and decided to enlist some of her bloggy friends to help out. Because, as all of us working momma’s know, having a little help can make the journey so much easier. Thus, Liberating Working Moms: One Voice at a Time was born. She also tweets as @wa_tracy, where she is often venting out her working momma and toddler momma woes.
Tracy writes for Disney’s BabyZone, has been featured on Yahoo Shine! here and here, as well as BlogHer. She’s also written for ParentMap, and has appeared on Huffington Post live talking about all things working momma.
Diana Contributor: Diana is a WAHM, who recently realized this working status as she finds herself working 40+ hours a week blogging and freelance writing. Originally from Colorado, Diana and her husband Sam find themselves stationed around the US as a Military family. Currently they reside in El Paso, Texas and eagerly await where there next adventure will begin.
Diana blogs on raising a toddler daughter, the loss of her twin boys, and their families’ adoption in progress on the aptly named Hormonal Imbalances, as well as Babble. She’s been syndicated on BlogHer and The Huffington Post. Smaller glimpses into her day are on Twitter and Facebook, and on Pinterest.
Suzanne Contributor: Suz began blogging in January of 2008 as a way to keep up with books, recipes, & travels: the then treats in her life as a newlywed. The years since have added treats such as TTC, infertility, dabbles at photography, a triplet-turned-twin pregnancy, & life back at work full time as an insurance underwriter while being a full time Mommy to preemies Zach & Lucy. Suz, her husband of five years, J, the babies & their 18 pound Moekitty, live, work & play in NC.
You can keep up with Suz & her treats at Suz’s Treats, tweeting through the day as @suzstreats, pinning her dream meals on Pinterest, & making the world cuter as she shares babies photos on Instagram.
Jenn Contributor: Jenn spends her days in the never boring world of Human Resources. When not mediating employees she’s planning company events and checking off yet another to-do list. Jenn also runs a successful family photography business in the Portland, OR area. At home she is obsessed with crock pot cooking and avoiding laundry, and is forever grateful for a husband that likes to do laundry. 3 year old Oskar (Ozzie) is usually found bossing the dog around or finding things to climb on that he’s already been told to get off of 100x.
Lindsy Contributor: Lindsy is a photographer, self-employed work-at-home-mother and wife to a touring musician. She’s a multi-tasker and is pretty sure she’s never done just one thing at a time. She enjoys running, yoga, writing, traveling, going on adventures and thrifting for vintage goods but, let’s be honest, spends most of her days sitting in front of a computer.
You can read more on her blog: LMRphotos or follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @lmrphotos.
Jessi is the wife to her high school sweetheart Glenn (married 2007) and mother to Zoey Liz (“Peach”, born 2010). When she isn’t catching up on her bloglovin’ feed, obsessing over birth stories or researching cloth diapers, she can be found scrapbooking hundreds of pictures (no, really) or decoupaging fabric scraps to anything that stands still.
A marketing professional by day, nurturing mother and blogger by night, she is determined to not sacrifice precious motherhood for too much work and is currently on a quest to discover her balance. A survivor of a rare vasa previa pregnancy and premature birth, Jessi is hoping to grow her family and blogs about adventures in motherhood and hurdles with PCOS+infertility at Life Abundant. You can also follow her on Instagram and Pinterest.