Women’s Interest

“How to Get Kids Ready for, and Excited about, the Great American Eclipse,” Washington Post, June 29, 2017
Parenting tips to help you and yout children better enjoy this August’s total solar eclipse. (Article was 5th most read story on WashingtonPost.com the morning of publication.)

“Five Ways for Mom to Grab Some Me-Time,” ADDitude, Summer 2017
Tips to help mothers with ADHD keep their minds active.

“The Case for Ma’am,” Carolina Parent, May 2017
Why we should still raise our children to say “yes, ma’am” and “no, ma’am” [link to abridged article, full article in print issue].

“ADHD Doctors Weigh in on Whether to Take Meds while Pregnant,” Washington Post, March 16, 2017
Physicians on the pros and cons of taking Ritalin and Adderall while expecting.

“‘Super’ Girl? Looking at Season 2 of Supergirl,” FreakSugar, February 23, 2017
The CW’s “Supergirl” has been amazing if you’re a comic book fan–not so super if you’re a girl.

“4 Erotic Novelists on What Makes ‘Fifty Shades’ Sex Scenes So Over-the-Top Steamy,” Marie Claire, January 25, 2017
Erotic novelists give their advice on how to have the sex you only read about before. (Article reprinted by Cosmo India January 30th.)

“Trump Presidency Presents D.C. Personal Stylists With New Political Challenge,” DC Inno, January 17, 2017
Why Trump’s election means personal stylists must now consider political-preference when purchasing clothes for their clients.

“Today’s Hidden Figures: Meet the Black Women Working at NASA,” Marie Claire, December 30, 2016
In celebration of the release of Hidden Figures, this article profiles six African American women working at NASA today.

“Listen up, translation, women are talking,” MultiLingual Magazine, October/November 2013
On the role women-owned business certification and supplier diversity will play in corporate translation purchasing.

“Managing interpreting for domestic violence cases,” MultiLingual Magazine, June 2011
On the formation of the nation’s first certification for domestic violence interpreters.