HER Expert Panel Winter Roundtable

HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Improving access to care – reaching low-income mothers and families, improve collaboration in the health and wellness industry (when and where to refer), changing societal conversations and the structure of an antiquated system.

Talking to Children about Race – Resource

Dr. Ronda Taylor Bullock will help attendees understand that children begin making meaning of race at very early age. She will share why educators, parents, & guardians should be focused on having race-based conversations with kids and demonstrate how her organization navigates these tough conversations using literacy-based strategies.

Talking to Children about Race

Dr. Ronda Taylor Bullock will help attendees understand that children begin making meaning of race at very early age. She will share why educators, parents, & guardians should be focused on having race-based conversations with kids and demonstrate how her organization navigates these tough conversations using literacy-based strategies.

You Lost Me

The problem with having an “escape artist” child is compounded when the child has a slightly absent-minded mother.

Your Fall School Plan Guide

Regardless of your plan for the upcoming school year, you likely have questions about how to best navigate this next phase with your family.

Your Fall School Plan

Regardless of your plan for the upcoming school year, you likely have questions about how to best navigate this next phase with your family.

The Night the World Stopped Spinning

One of the most profound moments, aside from the day she was born, was the day my beautiful 16-year-old daughter was in a serious car accident.

How to be a Confident Mom

Being a confident woman and mother is individualized and can change each day. Renee explores the ways we can improve confidence, of ourselves and our children.