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Meet the Panelists

MomsEveryday Executive Producer - Madison, WI

Pam worked as a news reporter and broadcaster for over 20 years.  She also wrote a parenting column for the WI State Journal, ran her own business and volunteered for several charities. She recently joined MomsEveryday as executive producer and panel moderator.  Her favorite job is being married to her husband Craig and being mom to two sons.

Freelance Producer - San Diego, CA

Maria produces stories for TV shows such as Good Morning America, ABC News, Project Runway, America’s Most Wanted and Rachel Ray and produced a weekly cooking show for PBS, "Made in Spain," featuring the best restaurants and wineries in Spain. Maria lives with her husband Matt and son Alexander who is Maria’s biggest assignment.  “My son must be able to speak Spanish well. It’s a top priority that he’s bilingual since it’s been a huge bonus in my career.”

Artist & Author - Minneapolis, MN

"What I Want You To Know" was RA (Becca) Hudson's  first illustrated book, and was inspired by the events surrounding the birth of her youngest daughter, Presley, who has Down syndrome. When she's not doodling or working, she enjoys cooking, reading, painting, sewing, playing guitar, and of course spending time with family.

Sports Anchor/Reporter, TMJ4 - Milwaukee, WI

Jessie has been covering sports for more than 20 years. "Being a woman in sports broadcasting, I didn't know what to expect at first," said Jessie. "Overall, my experience has been extremely positive." Jessie and her husband Paul have two sons, who all enjoy the outdoors.

Registered Nurse - Lincoln, NE

April is a Registered Nurse and holds a Masters of Science in Nursing with a focus on Administration. She has been working in healthcare since the age of 16 and is currently a Nurse Manager of a Mother/Baby unit in Lincoln, NE. She is a full time mom of two young children and prides herself on being able to prioritize both her professional life as a nurse leader and her personal life as a mom and wife.

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