Gina Crosley-Corcoran, CCCE is a certified childbirth educator, doula, and Master of Public Health student with three kids under the age of six. She blogs about motherhood from a feminist perspective, most specifically, maternal child health and feminist politics with plenty of personal tales thrown in for good measure. In January of 2012, she launched a whole new resource guide tapping the talents of more than three dozen guest contributors in the fields of medicine, law, education, and more. When she's not blogging, studying, attending births, and taking care of her family, she dreams of writing a book for other feminist breeders.
|9:00am||Pathfinder Day at BlogHer 12|
|HealthMinder Day at BlogHer '12|
|4:30pm||Live Address to BlogHer Attendees from President Barack Obama|
|6:00pm||OFFICIAL BLOGHER PARTY: Evening at the Expo|
|8:00pm||OFFICIAL BLOGHER PARTY: The People's Party|
|10:00pm||OFFICIAL BLOGHER PARTY: Queerosphere|
Kathy is a Domestic Engineer with three children (two here and one in Heaven) finding joy in the journey after dealing with secondary infertility and loss for five years. She has been blogging at Bereaved and Blessed (formerly Four of a Kind) since 2007.
Kathy is a wounded healer who is passionate about helping others that have also struggled with infertility and loss. She is an American Council on Exercise certified Group Fitness Instructor and teaches classes part time. Kathy loves to exercise, run, and practice yoga, all of which have been very therapeutic for her over the years.
Grace Hwang Lynch is a journalist, blogger, and photographer. With a background in television news reporting, she founded the website HapaMama in 2008, to give a voice to Asian mixed-race family issues. She is also the News & Politics Editor for BlogHer. Her work has been published on Salon, PBS, Mom.me and InCultureParent. She has been quoted as a cultural critic in the Wall Street Journal and Cleveland Plain Dealer and was nominated for a Social Media Award by the Women's Media Center.
Fungai Machirori is a Zimbabwean new media activist who runs a personal blog and has recently launched a Zimbabwean women’s web platform, Her Zimbabwe. Fungai's personal blog (‘Fungai Neni’ online at http://fungaineni.wordpress.com/) tackles personal and social challenges from an intimate, provocative and gendered perspective and has been awarded accolades including runner-up at the prestigious World Youth Summit Awards in 2011. Her Zimbabwe (online at http://herzimbabwe.co.zw/) is a dynamic new platform for Zimbabwean women to articulate and celebrate the complexity and diversity of their feminine identities. Launched in March 2012, the platform has enjoyed tremendous success achieving over one million website hits and gaining over 1500 Facebook fans and 500 Twitter followers during its three-month pilot, which ended in June.