Parenting Journalists and Reporters

Parenting Journalists

202 Parenting journalists from top media outlets.

We at Jona have put together the Parenting media list of 202 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Parenting reporters every quarter.

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Janet Christie

Twitter
The Scotsman
Recent Articles

Journalist at Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday, feature writer, Mum's the Word columnist in Scotsman magazine, SoS travel editor, parent (pic: Phil Wilkinson

LinkedIn

Helen Dalby

Twitter
The Chronicle
Recent Articles

Helen Dalby is ChronicleLive Editor and Regional Head of Digital for Trinity Mirror North East. She occasionally writes about parenting, food, music and comedy.

LinkedIn

Colleen Lanin

Twitter
Parenting
Recent Articles

Colleen Lanin is the founder/editor-in-chief of TravelMamas.com. As the author of her book, "The Travel Mamas' Guide," she teaches parents not only how to survive a trip with children, but also how to love exploring the world with their offspring. Her stories have appeared online and in print for such outlets as the "Today" show, NBCNews.com, Parenting Magazine, Orlando Sentinel, Chicago Tribune, Expedia, San Diego Family Magazine, and more. Colleen gives tips on television, radio, and as a public speaker. She has a master’s degree in business administration with a background in marketing. She lives in Arizona with her husband and two kids.

LinkedIn

Sonja Haller

Twitter
USA TODAY
Recent Articles

Producer and writer for AlltheMoms.com.

LinkedIn

Amy Haneline

Twitter
USA TODAY
Recent Articles

Bringing you all the important stories for moms and dads.

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Meghan Leahy

Twitter
The Washington Post
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Meghan is the mother of three daughters. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and secondary education, a master’s degree in school counseling and is a certified parent coach.

LinkedIn

Jessica Grose

Twitter
The New York Times
Recent Articles

Lead editor of parenting @nytimes, founding editor of @lennyletter and author of the novels SOULMATES and SAD DESK SALAD. Profile illo by @sallustration.

LinkedIn

Alice Gomstyn

Twitter
ABC News
Recent Articles

Northern New Jersey-based writer penning business, health, parenting and education stories along with the occasional humor piece.

LinkedIn

Mary Ward

Twitter
The Sydney Morning Herald
Recent Articles

Mary Ward is Deputy Lifestyle Editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

LinkedIn

Laurel Gregory

Twitter
Global News
Recent Articles

Laurel Gregory is the reporter and producer of Global News Family Matters. As of September 2018, she is on maternity leave. She spearheaded the cross-country series after a decade of reporting daily news across the Prairies. Some of her career highlights include covering the Slave Lake wild fires, the Southern Alberta Flood, as well as travelling to Liberia, West Africa to report and mentor journalists for the Shaw Africa Project.

LinkedIn

Ellen Scott

Twitter
Metro UK
Recent Articles

Lifestyle Editor at Metro.co.uk.

LinkedIn

Hollis Miller

Twitter
HuffPost
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Hollis Miller is a Social Media Editor for HuffPost, with a focus on Parents and Women. She is a graduate of Williams College.

LinkedIn

Diane Cho

Twitter
PEOPLE
Recent Articles

Diane J. Cho is the features editor at PEOPLE and a part-time graduate student at Columbia Journalism School. She was born and raised in New Jersey and recieved her BA in Journalism and Media Studies at Rutgers University. Her work has appeared in PEOPLE, InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, TIME, VH1, and Complex. She currently lives in Downtown Brooklyn.

LinkedIn

Hillary Bird

Twitter
Chicago Parent
Recent Articles

Managing Editor @ChicagoParent * #MastersinParenting Podcast

LinkedIn

Ariel Brewster

Twitter
Today's Parent
Recent Articles

Senior editor at Today's Parent

LinkedIn

Sara Novak

Twitter
The Post and Courier
Recent Articles

I'm a parenting columnist at The Post and Courier and editor of The Post and Courier’s parenting magazine, Lowcountry Parent. I'm also a science journalist.

LinkedIn

Fiona Tapp

Twitter
Forbes
Recent Articles

#Education #Parenting & #Travel #Writer ~Bylines @NatGeo , @RollingStone , @IndyTravel , @TheAtlantic @Guardian , @LonelyPlanet @ParentsMagazine.

LinkedIn

Luke Matthews

Twitter
The Mirror
Recent Articles

Audience Writer at @DailyMirror.

LinkedIn

Emma Gill

Twitter
Manchester Evening News
Recent Articles

M.E.N. Family and Kids writer.

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