Kristen Schultz Dollard lives with her daughter and husband in Manhattan. She has been studying yoga for 15 years and classical ballet for another 15. In 2004, she trained with Yogi Raj Alan Finger. Currently the Digital Director of SELF.com Magazine, she is launching dontwasteyourrace.com, a stubhub for endurance and athletic races and she is developing her next yoga book: CALM MOM: PUTTING THE OM IN MOM. She has launched Women's Health Magazine, YogaLife Magazine and the websites iyogalife.com, Prevention.com, and Women's Health.com. Schultz Dollard, a graduate of NYU in journalism and women's studies, also spent four years at ABC NEWS/Good Morning America where she launched the live audience component in Times Square and wrote live promos for Diane Sawyer and Charlie Gibson.
Laura Vanderkam, New York City-based writer and mother of two, is the author of GRINDHOPPING: BUILD A REWARDING CAREER WITHOUT PAYING YOUR DUES as well as the exciting new book 168 HOURS (promo video for 168 Hours here). She is a member of USA Today's Board of Contributors, and her work has appeared in Reader's Digest, Scientific American, Wired, The American, Portfolio and other publications.
Mary Ann Zoellner and Alicia Ybarbo are both Emmy award-winning producers for NBC’s TODAY, the number-one rated morning TV show. "Today's Moms: Essentials for Surviving Baby's First Year" was published in 2009 by Harper Collins. They’ve appeared on TODAY, MSNBC, FOX News, WNBC and LXTV as well as in People, Redbook, Cookie, OK! and Parenting Magazine. The book is a humerous and informative collection of first-year-of-parenting anecdotes by the personalities on the Today Show. They're currently working on their next book together and live in New York with their families.
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