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Meet the Panelists

MomsEveryday Host, WMTV - Madison, WI

Pam worked as a news reporter and broadcaster for over 20 years before leaving the business in 2009 to spend more time as a mom. Pam also writes a popular parenting column found each month in the Wisconsin State Journal, and is active in community programs like Little League and the Henry Vilas Zoo and is an advocate for adopting homeless animals.

Director of Boys Town’s Common Sense Parenting® Program for Nebraska and Iowa

Bridget has worked in the field of Family Services for 30-years for the original Father Flanagan’s Boys Home. She is a wife and mother and has enjoyed working with families while finding time to occasionally act and illustrate children’s books.

Nicole is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with two advanced degrees (psychology and gerontology) whose blog, "Moms who Drink and Swear," became the basis for her first book, "Moms Who Drink and Swear: True Tales of Loving My Kids While Losing My Mind."

Danielle Herzog is the blogger behind Martinis and Minivans, a blog for anyone who has ever needed a martini after driving a minivan around all day. Or for anyone who has just ever needed a martini.

A New Yorker now living the Midwest life as a somewhat sarcastic writer, mother and wife, Danielle has been a freelance writer for over seven years.  Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, AOL.com, What to Expect.com, Nickelodeon’s Nick Mom and various other national and local publications and sites. She writes a weekly parenting advice column called “The Sassy Housewife” for Momaha which is featured in the Omaha World Herald’s Living section and she also can be seen every month on The Morning Blend as a monthly parenting panelist.

She co-authored the anthology “The Mother of All Meltdowns” and is currently completing her first novel called You Can Still Make a Baby With Your Socks On.

Monique has worked in television and theater since she was a child, and has been a professional writer for over a decade. She has a rich background in humanitarian efforts and has worked as a human rights activist locally, as well as abroad in Kenya and Guatemala. She is an adjunct professor, a PhD candidate, a journalist, a child advocate, but foremost, she is a mother of two beautiful little girls.