Council of Media Mom Members

momAgenda’s Council of Media Moms are influential and engaging Brand Ambassadors with a mission to collaborate and market momAgenda to a wide-spread audience consisting of women and mothers. momAgenda is committed to designing and providing functional products that meet the needs of a busy lifestyle. The members of this Council will serve as an integral part of garnering important insight into the needs and wants of the momAgenda community as well as maintain a professional online presence for the brand.

Heather Reinhard (Brand Ambassador and Leader/Manager of the COMM Team)


Heather Reinhard is the founder and editor of a successful leading parenting blog that began in 2009. Theta Mom® was named in Entrepreneur magazine as a Top Social Media Site for Mompreneurs.

Heather is also the CEO of her own company Theta Mom Media, LLC. She specializes in brand ambassador programs, digital marketing, community management, influential outreach, social media strategy, creative campaign development, and small business content marketing supporting women in business. As an entrepreneur herself, Heather is viewed as an inspiring role model to those working in digital media. Heather is a married mother of two children and resides at the Jersey Shore.

Connect with Heather on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

Leticia Barr

Leticia is the founder of Tech Savvy Mama, a site that assists parents in navigating the ever-changing world of technology.  She uses her experience as a former teacher and technology specialist for a large DC Metro area school system to share new technology and educational resources.

Leticia consults as a social media strategist, educating and speaking to brands and fellow bloggers about the social media space while also freelance writing. She has been a columnist for LeapFrog, shared quick technology tips and resources through her Tech Savvy Parents column on, written for Babble, and contributes to to Scholastic Parents’ Learning Toolkit.

Leticia enjoys the distinction of having been Parents Magazine’s Editors’ Pick for Best Tech BlogBabble’s Top 100 Mom Blogs, and named as one of the 50 Top Twitter Moms by Babble.  She can almost always be found online if she hasn’t unplugged to spend time with her husband, two children, and their overly enthusiastic Yellow Labrador.

Connect with Leticia on TwitterFacebook, and Pinterest.

Kris Cain

COMM'14_KrisCainKris Cain is a Chicago area mom to two sets of twins. She keeps busy running her business, LittleTechGirl Media. She is a Digital Lifestyle Expert, photography nut, gadget addict, web designer, social media consultant, and blogger. In her previous life she worked in IT for over 16 years.

Kris uses her experience in customer service and IT, as well as her knowledge of the internet to work with companies, brands, and bloggers to use social media to its full advantage. On her blog, Little Tech Girl she writes about her love of gadgets, social media, technology, and anything else that crosses her mind.

Kris has been involved in Social Media for over 14 years (yes, back before it was called social media). She has experience building web communities for moms, managing forums, designing websites, building blogs and more.

Connect with Kris on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest.


Danielle Dowling

COMM_DanielleDowlingDr. Danielle Dowling is a life coach, psychologist and blogger. She’s an intuitive strategist working with women leaders who are ready to stop compromising on the things that matter most — self-realization, soulful companionship and accessing innate power. Her goal is to motivate women to live inspiring lives; to help them experience a life better lived and to help women achieve their dreams whatever they may be.

Ready to really step up your game? Hire her. You won’t regret it.

Connect with Danielle on Twitter and Pinterest.


Jessica McFadden

COMM_JessicaMcFaddenJessica McFadden is a mother of three children and the founder of A Parent in America, a lifestyle blog for parents, and A Parent in Silver Spring, an award-winning site for families in the Washington, DC area.

Jessica loves providing fellow women and parents with useful information and entertainment. Her life’s passion is her family and her favorite activities are writing, entertaining and providing her audience with accessible fashion and home design. Jessica embraces blogging because it allows her to combine those loves in an innovative way. A member of the mom blogging world since January 2008, Jessica and her blogs have been featured in ForbesThe Washington PostCNNThe Washington Post ExpressMaryland Life, and other publications. Jessica is also a prolific vlogger and the host of Real Life Style with Jessica McFadden on MomTV.

Jessica describes herself as a minivan driving, bass-booming Washington, D.C. area housewife and mom to three energetic children.

Connect with Jessica on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.


Angela England

Angela England Headshot TypeAParentMother of five living in rural Oklahoma with her husband and children, Angela is the Founder of Untrained Housewife, co-founder of the new Homestead Bloggers Network and previously served as managing editor of Blissfully Domestic and Mom it Forward online magazines. She is the author of Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less) (Alpha Books, 2013) and when she gets away from home, it’s usually to speak at a blog conference. Working as a Content and Social Strategy Director with Element Associates she’s now also homeschooling all five of her kids from Pre-K-4th grade. Angela’s passion is to empower others with whatever is the next step on their self-sufficiency journey but calls herself a get-it-done’ist, not a purist.  If anyone needs organizational help juggling all the plates in the fire, it’s Angela!

Connect with Angela here or on Twitter.


Hillary Chybinski

Profile-Picture-Jan-12Hillary is the creator and force behind My Scraps, a lifestyle blog that helps readers create a simple, casual life they love. Hillary brings a mix of humor and real-life narrative to her blog, in every post.

Hillary worked as an auditor for 20 years, before taking her business experience in-house. These days, besides blogging, Hillary consults as a social media strategist, using her business experience and love of technology and communication to educate and assist brands and organizations within the space. She believes everyone has a story to tell and she also freelance writes, and has contributed to both and .

Hillary is a reformed scrapbooker, avid reader and organization junkie. She loves spending time with her two boys and husband, exploring the world beyond their little Philadelphia suburb.

Connect with Hillary on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.


Toni Patton

COMM_ToniPattonToni Patton is a happy wife and proud mom to three amazing children living on Florida’s sunny Gulf Coast.  She is a travel addict, photography lover, brand ambassador, tech junkie, and self-proclaimed fashionista.

Toni is the founder of A Daily Dose of Toni and co-founder of Two Traveling Moms. Starting her blog in 2007 was simply a way for her to share the current happenings in her life with her family all over the US.  The venture quickly turned from a hobby into a profession when Toni became a trusted voice in the online community. She showcases her family and faith, as well as her love for tech products, fashion, food, beauty, entertainment, and travel. As she began to travel all over the country, this inspired her to start Two Traveling Moms with one of her best friends.

Social Media has become a way of life for Toni. She has achieved success through working with many companies and brands through ambassadorship programs and campaigns. In addition to blogging and maintaining a strong online presence, daily life takes her to cheer, soccer, gymnastics, as well as being the worship dance leader at her church.

Connect with Toni on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest.


Victoria Pericon

COMM_VictoriaPericonVictoria Pericon is a Native New Yorker and mother of four children who live in New York.

She can be seen on morning television as a lifestyle contributor providing advice often before viewers have their first cup of coffee.

Over the years, her career path has grown to include conference speaking, magazine writing, digital marketing and work as a brand spokesperson.

When not at a television studio or working on a project, she can be found in the kitchen with her children doing silly dances and making funny faces —usually because she stepped on a LEGO brick.

Connect with Victoria on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.


Julie Meyers Pron

COMM_JulieMeyersPronEternal optimist, Julie Meyers Pron has been called a “Momcyclopedia” and a “real life Google.” Online and off, Julie, a suburban Philadelphia mom of 3, shares her knowledge, lifestyle tips, business-savvy suggestions and real life stories to help readers parent confidently while remaining their stylish self.

The Chief of Everything at Julieverse, freelance writer at JMP Media, and a columnist at Rusty & Rosy, Julie is an elementary certified teacher. She’s also worked as a PR specialist and a Founding Partner at Splash Creative Media. She attempts to balance life as a busy mom —driving to various sporting events, volunteering for the PTO, exercising, shopping, writing and working, on a daily basis.

Connect with Julie on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Shell Roush

COMM_ShellRoushShell is a former teacher turned work-at-home mom.  She is Co-Founder of Other Half Media which specializes in blogging and social media projects for companies and bloggers alike. Shell is a former Babble blogger, currently shares social media tips on SITS and BlogHer named Shell one of their 2012 Voices of the Year for parenting.

In her free time and when she’s not breaking up wrestling matches or ducking LEGOS courtesy of her three young boys, you can find her on her personal blog Things I Can’t Say.

Connect with Shell on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

Elena Sonnino

COMM_ElenaSonninoElena Sonnino spent twelve years teaching elementary students to chase their dreams. She took her own advice to become a freelance travel and wellness writer and the Chief Dream Chaser at Live.Do.Grow where she writes about finding everyday wellness in life.

Elena is a contributor to U.S. News Health , Savvy SourceHilton Mom Voyage and Four Seasons Have Family Will Travel. A frequent speaker on the topic of using social media for social good and empowering youth to use their voices for good has been featured on CNN Living,, The Huffington Post and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – The Impatient Optimists.

Drawing inspiration from her travels, her good and bad marathon training runs, her tween daughter, and life as a cancer survivor, Elena is passionate about finding the silver lining even on the rainiest of days.

Connect with Elena on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.


Mandy Edwards
Mandy-Edwards-LGHSMandy Edwards is the owner of ME Marketing Services, a social media marketing company that provides consulting, management and training to businesses of all sizes. A graduate of the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, Mandy has 12+ years of sales & marketing experience. Past work experience has included print advertising sales and local store marketing for Chick-fil-A and Bruster’s Ice Cream. Locally, Mandy is involved in her community through Professional Women of Statesboro, the Statesboro Chapter of the University of Georgia Alumni Association, NFL Player DeAngelo Tyson’s Tyson Foundation, serving on the board, and First Baptist Church. She is a contributing writer to Steamfeed, Business 2 Community, Social Media TodAay, Millennial CEO and the Southern Coterie. Mandy is a graduate of Leadership Bulloch and was named to the Statesboro Herald’s Top 20 Under 40 for 2013. She has also been mentioned in Crain’s Chicago Business, Forbes and the Huffington Post. In 2015, she was named to StatSocial’s Top 100 Social Media Power Influencers list. Mandy is married to prosecuting attorney Ben Edwards and is the proud mother of two redheaded daughters.

Connect with Mandy on Facebook and Twitter.


Alaina Forbes

profilepic2Alaina is a married mother of four living in Denver. After leaving the workforce in 2000 to stay home with her first child, Alaina discovered that finding a job online required a lot of research to avoid the numerous work-at-home scams. In 2009 she founded Telecommuting Moms, a site dedicated to helping moms find legitimate work from home.

Alaina is also the work-from-home expert for, a contributing writer for and Denver Metro Moms Blog, as well as a social media manager for She can occasionally be found at her personal blog, The Maestro Mom.

While Alaina enjoys her online career, the majority of her day is spent homeschooling her four children and providing care for foster children.

Connect with Alaina on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.






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