Talking about change and actually making it happen are two very different things. With doctorates in Psychology and Criminology, Mimi Silbert was uniquely qualified to found the Delancey Street Foundation, a long-term program devoted to rehabilitating criminals. Read how Silbert’s committed to the community impacted her family in this exclusive MamaVote interview.
This month the MamaVote project brings you resources on Healthcare, a topic that is top of mind for most families. Healthcare costs can be unexpected and expensive so we’ve selected two blogs to share that will keep you up to speed on health-related news and developments in America.
In an exclusive MamaVote interview, Senator Mary Landrieu, shares how she got her start in public service as a young woman and shares how she balances her roles of Senator and Mother.
Susan Athey is one of the most impressive young economists today. At just 37-years-old she has been a tenured professor at MIT, Stanford University and currently Harvard University. In this exclusive MamaVote interview, Susan shares her ideas on the economy and the economics of parenthood.
We're always excited to bring you the best of the blogosphere and wanted to do the same when it came to moms and politics. The Soccer Mom Vote is a blog made up of eighteen thoughtful, articulate mamas who write about timely topics at the intersection of politics and motherhood. We couldn't think of a better way to kick off the MamaVote!