Helping overextended moms stay in the workforce—and thrive

I became a coach for working moms after struggling to balance two kids and a demanding job within the confines of corporate culture. After I had my first child and was returning from maternity leave, I asked for a mere half hour of flexibility in my schedule to tuck my daughter in for bedtime—and was refused. So, I left and started my own marketing firm, running it for years with two kids before re-entering the workforce full time. Nothing had changed.

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