Meet Our Ambassadors
Meet Common Sense Media's LearnON ambassadors, a group of parent bloggers who are dedicated to raising awareness of Common Sense Media and our programs. Visit their blogs and follow them on social media for conversation, humor, free giveaways, and thought-provoking posts about tech, parenting, and everything in between.
Amy Heinz created her blog, Using Our Words, to share the ups, downs, and times in between that she has experienced as a parent of three. This blog is filled with lessons she's learned, laughs she's enjoyed, and tears she's shed all while being the mom next door.
Adam Cohen blogs for DaDa Rocks! where he writes about his experiences as a father to his now three-year-old, and his interests such as his love for photography, toys, TechGear, TV and movies.
Andy Robertson is a freelance family technology expert for the BBC. He runs the Family Gamer TV YouTube channel and contributes to a range of national media on the topic of video-games and family.
Beth Blecherman is a tech consultant who helps companies and startups beta test products, websites, and apps that target families. She is also a blogger for Tech Mama, where she shares about technology, social media, and consumer electronics for families.
Cristie Ritz-King is Reinvention Girl, where she helps busy people make realistic healthy changes that lead to a more rewarding life. Her site includes an abundance of advice based on her personal experiences -- ranging from financial tips to parenting advice.
Heather Gibbs Flett
Heather Gibbs Flett, mother of three, blogs for Rookie Moms, which gives moms creative ideas and activities to get out of the house and have more fun with their young children. Heather also blogs for 510 Families, which helps parents find family-friendly activities in the East Bay of California.
Heidi launched and continues to write for Coast to Coast Mom about family-friendly technology, toys, entertainment, and her family travel adventures. She is fascinated by the similarities and differences in raising children regionally, especially because of her firsthand experience with her own kids.
Jennifer Moore is a blogger at Modern Mom, which helps busy parents juggle parenting, family, career, health, cooking, crafts, and much more.
Jessica is a blogger for Modern Day Moms, a blog written by moms to discuss the latest trends, crafts, recipes, must-haves and much more. Modern Day Moms was started just over three years ago and is already an award-winning blog recognized by Babble, Parents Magazine, and more.
Katie Dillon is a freelance luxury travel writer who lives in La Jolla, CA. She blogs at La Jolla Mom about her recent trips around the world, the latest San Diego happenings and other fun lifestyle topics.
Kris Cain juggles a busy life as a mother to two sets of twins, a photographer, gadget addict, web designer, social media trainer, social event planner, and blogger. In her blog, Little Tech Girl, she writes about her love of gadgets, social media, and anything else that happens to cross her mind.
Leticia Barr uses her background in classroom technology integration and school administration as well as her own experience with her two young children to be a resource for parents in her blog, Tech Savvy Mama. Over the years she has been recognized by Parents Magazine and Babble, among many other parenting sites.
Mary Mahon is a mum of three, and first discovered the amazing impact that apps could have while watching her daughter use an iPad for her speech therapy practice. Before she knew it, she was dedicated to researching the most enjoyable and educational apps and technology products for kids and blogging about them at The iMums.
Michele McGraw is a blogger at Scraps of My Geek Life where she shows families how not to let technology take over but instead enhance their lives. She also shares her life, hobbies, and her love of technology and fitness.
Rory Stark, a self proclaimed bucket of sunshine, is a step-parent to two incredible kids which he helps homeschool. He is a blogger for Geek Dad, a blog about parenting in the digital age.
Shoshana Stopek has an eventful career as an author who was first published at age twelve, a digital media professional, blogger, and most importantly mother to her 4-year old girl. Her blog, Mommy Tech Bytes, advises parents and kids on how they can incorporate the best of technology into their lives today.
Val Curtis is the Editor-in-chief of BonBon Break, an online magazine for the modern mom. A former middle school science/math/tech teacher, she put her career on hold to be at home with her son and daughter on an island in the Pacific Northwest.