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From diapers to degrees, these two black moms have seen it all and heard it all. Now they are bringing their insights on issues that matter to you. They will explore the range of issues on the minds of black moms everywhere, including helping your high school student navigate the college admissions process, resources tailored to the educational achievement of black children, battling the continuing problem of educational disparities, letting go and letting your child live their best life (and not re-live yours), and we will go introspective to explore what it means to find personal joy, health and happiness on the other side of motherhood!
About 2 Black Moms & A Mic
Glenda Augustine: Glenda is far from your ‘average’ mom. As a proud (and exhausted) mom of four, she brings her unique background and experience to share with the world. Having created her own successful career as an engineer, She is certified in educational consulting and executive functioning, a member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association, and serves on the Board of Directors of Cool & Dope, a 501c nonprofit organization with the mission of ending bullying. She braved a divorce after 29 years of marriage, and sent four kids off to highly competitive colleges — Glenda has really lived it all. Anything from navigating diapers, to selecting elite private schools, to tackling infidelity, to living as a semi-empty nester pursuing a master’s degree, there’s virtually nothing Glenda can’t provide a life-tested view on.
Lisa Wilson Edwards: If juggling a success-driven career, marriage, and winning the parenthood game were a person, it would be Lisa Wilson Edwards. She’s the mom of two ambitious kids, wife of 25 years, traveler, Italian food enthusiast, and an attorney. From rising through the ranks in law, to caring for her aging parents, to being a champion for community volunteerism, Lisa always brings a fresh and different perspective to the conversation.
Sandra M. Smith, M.D.
Digital Media Consultant
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