Meet A Mom Posts
We first heard from Lauren in January of 2020 just months before the pandemic shutdown. So what’s changed in three years? Everything and nothing.
Get to know this North Shore native, mom of three grownish kids and co-owner and camp director of Camp Ojibwa!
This Evanston mom niche career is helping you with your career!
Aesthetics is a highly competitive and difficult field to break into. Learn how Jessie’s hardwork and determination has paid off!
“I get the most satisfaction from seeing clients get back into their life. That looks different for everyone and that’s a joy.”
Mary embodies the spirit of community and empowerment as CNSMoms’ very own Meet a Mom sponsor, and we can’t thank her enough for helping us lift up our local North Shore mamas.
The chef and twin dad talks about raising tweens and prepping for the holidays.
Her mantra: “The more you do, the more you can do mentality.”
This week’s Meet a Mom interview is with a brand new resident to Glencoe, new mama to baby Stella and big brother Frankie, Head of New Business for MightyNest and Venture Partner with LongJump.
The Arlington Heights transplant is a mother two wee ones and a self-proclaimed disrupter with a mission to achieve intersectional gender equity!
This girl mom is headed to space, and sharing all the deets!
The Glencoe mom of two teens is the Assistant Director & Choreographer for Highland Park Players “School Of Rock” at Northbrook Theatre November 11-20!
This busy attorney mama and Board member of Chicago Children’s Theatre is gushing about Chicago Children’s Theatre!
This Deerfield mom of three boys is a Wordle enthusiast is fostering a growth in literacy one student at a time!
Meet the co-chairs behind the highly anticipated Antiques + Modernism show (which turns 50 this year!) happening in Winnetka from November 3-6!
This week’s Meet a Mom interview is with Lake Forest mom of two wee ones and the program director of Gorton Community Center, Libby Johnson.
This week’s Meet a Mom interview is with Glenview mom of one AA central state hockey champ, small business owner and podcaster, Amy Alexander!
Last summer the mom who built a million dollar company walked away from the company she sold. Six months later she launched another new business AND a podcast, both taking the small business world by storm.
This unique doll line is giving back with every doll sold.
Lizzie has developed a dynamic team, with clinicians who are socially justice oriented, LGBTQIA+ affirming, and trained in a variety of modalities and clinical concerns.