In this essay for The New York Times Well Family, I talk about my feelings as a working mother of four, and reflect on my own experience of having a working mother as a child.
In the wake of the Aunt Becky college admission scandal, I spouted off on Romper about how those fancy colleges are just a PR stunt, anyways.
I had the pleasure of interviewing author and comic illustrator Jerry Craft before the release of his new graphic novel, New Kid. Read it on Romper.
In this well-received piece I explore the stigma of CTE and vocational education in a changing job market when exploring trades may benefit students over a traditional college education.
In this piece for The Atlantic I examine how millennial parents are preserving memories in the digital age. Lest we lose our memories to "the cloud," we need to be intentional about our preservation.
A primer for the residents of the Pittsburgh metro region to help them understand the affordable housing crisis our city is facing, published on PublicSource. Photo Ryan Loew/PublicSource