Welcome to MOMentumNation and its New Advisory Board

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When MOMentum began I never envisioned it being more than just a company blog. I never dreamed that the blog would some day lead to my full time job. I never thought it would lead to affiliations with so many influential women or with global organizations like the UN Foundation and Global Poverty Project. I never imagined it would eventually become a company. But that’s what makes life so interesting. You just never know where it’s going to take you.

Meet our new Advisory Board.
Social media has given women and moms a powerful voice and platform to effect change. It has given us a voice, and together we have become empowered beyond our own expectations with self-confidence and a sense of our own worth. We have changed the workforce, the way products are made and marketed, affected corporate responsibility, and each day we are bettering our lives and the lives of all of those around us.

To that end, our Advisory Board, contributing editors, and guest writers have been carefully selected based on their expertise whether they are business owners, entrepreneurs, doctors, or educators.  Each in their own right is a change agent, all passionate women championing different issues like health, education, children, and technology, and whose accomplishments mirror the vision of MOMentumNation. Please meet the esteemed MOMentumNation Advisory Board:

Summer Sanders: Olympic champion, sports commentator, television host, actress, author, and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.  more…

Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum: Attending cardiologist and the Director of Women and Heart Disease of Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and National Spokesperson for the Go Red for Women campaign.  more…

Liz Lange: Designer who changed the face of maternity fashion forever, when she launch her line in 1997 and became the brand celebrity moms just had to wear. more…

Anne Geddes: Philanthropist and one of the world’s most respected photographers of women/children, and whose work has been published in 83 countries.  more…

I’ve never been more excited then to be joined by such an amazing group of women and to launch MOMentumNation.

Our goal is for MOMentumNation to become the trusted voice that speaks the language of today’s Networked Mom. We hope you will see this as a place for inspiration, knowledge, and community to help today’s mom. Only by standing side by side, supporting and energizing each other can we continue to change the world.



8 Responses to “Welcome to MOMentumNation and its New Advisory Board”

  1. Congratulations, Holly! I’m looking forward to reading, learning and supporting MOMentumNation.

    Pam Dillon @writewrds
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    • You’ve been a good friend for such a long time. Thanks for always being there for every event and important cause.

      Holly Pavlika
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  2. What an exciting time for MOMentumNation! Amazing how things can take on a life of their own, and take you places you never dreamed—Congratulations!
    I look forward to being a part of the community here.
    Carrie

    Carrie Lee Ferguson
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    • Hi,Carrie. We’re so happy to have you. Bring your friends. We have some exciting things planned for future.

      Holly Pavlika
      Reply
  3. In hindsight, it seems so logical that it progressed this way Holly… Your drive, passion, and willingness to connect so many amazing women could only lead to bigger and better things! But hindsight is so much easier than foresight, isn’t it? Fortunately your vision and leadership has lead to this wonderful new endeavor! Way to go MOMentumNation! Congrats Holly!

    Lucretia Pruitt
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    • Ah, thanks so much Lucretia! You’ve been there all along as a big supporter and I so appreciate it.

      Holly Pavlika
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  4. Its easy to support someone and something who are clearly so right on target! I knew from the first time we talked that you would be making a difference. I’m sure that this is just another step along the way, and I will always be here applauding!

    Lucretia Pruitt
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    • Thanks, Lucretia. I’ll convince you yet to share your tech brilliance here.

      Holly Pavlika
      Reply

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