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Editorial Team

Caitlin Ultimo is a group editor at Palimedia. She specializes in parenting and family-driven content. She is a former editor at Parenting.com and has written about family, finance, lifestyle, health and nutrition for Parents magazine.

U.S.: Contributors

Caitlin Boyle is an author, blogger, and motivational speaker who writes for the popular parenting site Babble.com. Her daily blog, HealthyTippingPoint.com, chronicles her life as a new mom. 

Michelle Carlton has written and edited parenting content for such websites as YourFamilyToday.com, LifeAndBeautyWeekly.com, and GreenGoesSimple.com. She was previously the editor of KIWI, a parenting magazine focused on healthy living. 

Jane Chou is an editor and writer who specializes in parenting and health. She has worked as an editor at ChildBaby TalkFamily CircleRedbook, and McCall's magazines. She is also the former managing editor of LiveRightLiveWell.com and a past contributing editor at the Pampers Parenting Institute.

Stephanie Elliot is a writer, blogger, editor, and mom of three kids. Her work has been featured on such websites as Parents.comBabyZone.comBettyConfidential.comHuffingtonPost.com, and iParenting.com.

Nicole Galan writes about consumer health issues. She is the author of the book The Everything Guide to Fertility. She also regularly contributes health and family content to About.com.

Jennifer Kelly Geddes was a research editor at Parenting magazine, where she also wrote extensively on child development and infant health, for more than 12 years. Her work can be found on iVillage.com, EverydayHealth.com, and in Scholastic Parent & Child

Kara Giannecchini is a freelance writer who has worked at Weight WatchersFamily CircleParent Guide, and Health & Life magazines. As a staffer, she wrote, edited, proofread, fact checked, researched, and developed content.

Melissa Vonder Haar is a writer, producer, and social media consultant specializing in editorial, visual, and new media composition. Melissa has worked for such national corporations as Scholastic, BV Books, and MTV. 

Cheryl Lock is a writer and former editor at Parents magazine. She has also contributed to to Mom.me and Scholastic publications.

Rachel Morris is a writer and former health editor at Parents Magazine. Her articles have appeared in such publications as Scholastic Scope and The Kennedy Center's ArtsEdge website. 

Katie Murray has written, edited, and coordinated social media for Parenting.com.  

Amanda Nesbot is a writer, editor, and mother whose work has appeared in Parents magazine and Parenting.com.

Aviva Patz has written for Parents, Parenting, American Baby, and Babytalk, among other magazines. She is the former executive editor of Psychology Today. She hones her parenting skills every day with her two daughters, 11 and 8, in Montclair, N.J.

Rebekah Hunter Scott has written for American Baby magazine, GalTime.com, and Parents magazine. Her short stories have appeared in literary magazines and the fiction anthologies From Our Family to YoursSlices of Life, and Writing Is Easy. She is a mother of three.

Marygrace Taylor is a health, wellness, and parenting writer, and the co-author of the book Allergy-Friendly Food for Families. She was previously an editor at the parenting magazine KIWI.

Winnie Yu is a freelance writer and the co-author of Autism Spectrum Disorders, What Every Parent Needs to Know (American Academy of Pediatrics 2012) and the AAP's New Mother's Guide to Breastfeeding (Bantam Books 2011). She has written for WebMD.com, ParentsFamily Fun, and many other national publications. She is the mother of two.

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