Dr. Martha Latz, Host of IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU on Bold Brave Media, Announces Guest Line-Up for Fall

NESCONSET, NY, UNITED STATES, September 12, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Popular radio host Dr. Martha Latz is excited to share her platform with other esteemed professionals this fall. Under a new format, each week will focus on an engaging, trending topic, with the added insight of a seasoned expert to round off the conversation. Professional guests will be profiled on the following dates:

September 12: Dawn Daum, Parenting with PTSD
September 19: Gabrielle Hartley, Esq., author of Better Apart; The Radically Positive Way to Separate
September: 26: Sophie Hannah, author of How to Hold a Grudge
October 3: Karen Genis Co-Parenting Coach/Mediator
October 10: Gayle Friend, Intimacy Expert
October 17: Gayle Friend, Intimacy Expert
October 24: Michele Welling, transitioning with Life Coaching

Dr. Martha Latz, LMFT, is a Psychotherapist, Life/Relationship Coach and Owner of A Unique Therapy Center in Boca Raton, Florida, where her primary focus centers upon establishing an emotionally supportive environment for her clients. With 28 years of experience and multiple certifications, Dr. Latz employs a wide spectrum of healing practices, providing for a diverse and individualized therapeutic experience at A Unique Therapy Center.
Dedicated to her ongoing, professional development, Dr. Latz holds several therapy certifications and awards, including:
• Licensed in Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT)
• Long-standing fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
• Certified Relationship Specialist, CRS, designation by the American Psychotherapy Association
To learn more about Dr. Martha Latz. and A Unique Therapy Center, please visit: https://auniquetherapycenter.com/

Dr. Martha Latz may be contacted as follows:
By phone office: 561-300-4066
By email: latz2000@aol.com

Tune in to It’s All About You on Bold Brave Media each Thursday at 1PM Eastern by visiting this link: http://boldbravemedia.com/ and hear Dr. Martha Latz, LMFT, draw from her experience as a healing practitioner as she guides you toward healthier relationships and a happier life!
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Gen Z and Tomorrow’s AI-Powered Mom Examined At M2Moms® The Marketing to Moms Conference

M2Moms - Marketing to Moms

Jola Burnett, VP, GfK

Looking at the future of marketing to moms

Gen Z is and will be at the epicenter of this rapid-fire evolution, relying on devices and services that we cannot even imagine today.”

— Jola Burnett, VP, GfK

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, September 11, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — GfK VP, Jola Burnett, will examine how a Gen Z Mom’s unique experiences, values, and attitudes shape her beliefs and needs as a consumer, as she navigates a new world of work, parenting, and personal relationships at M2Moms® -The Marketing to Moms Conference. M2Moms® will be held October 16 & 17, 2019, at Fordham University’s NYC Lincoln Center campus. It is presented by Fordham’s Center for Positive Marketing and attended by national and global brand marketing executives to learn how to build more business with women and moms.

The Digital Transformation of Motherhood
Burnett explained, “Whether we know it or not, our lives are already powered by emerging digital technologies – and this trend will only accelerate, transforming every Mom’s daily world. Gen Z is and will be at the epicenter of this rapid-fire evolution, relying on devices and services that we cannot even imagine today. We’ll look at how will she be different from today’s Millennial Mom – and how businesses and brands can prepare for the needs of this highly pragmatic, somewhat cynical new breed of parent.”

Moms Many Roles
“Jola’s session fits perfectly with this year’s focus on tech,” according to Nan McCann, M2Moms® producer. “We’re featuring sessions on how moms and women are using every screen at their disposal to network, search, get advice, recommend, shop & buy. The tech sessions & media discussions will be presented by Google, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Foursquare, BuzzFeed, JetBlack, and Edison Research. Additionally, we’ll explore how “smart” innovation is changing the home environment.”

More 2019 Highlights:
“Jola’s session also expands another of this year’s topics concerning how inter-generational marketing has become a key component of marketing to moms and women. It includes timely new presentations on the very real differences between millennial moms and the massive emerging cohort of Gen Z moms and women. And we’re looking at how micro-insights help marketers increase their research ROI and get the most out of their data and info. We’ll also take an in-depth look at the moms market in China. Every year 17 million new babies are born in China versus only 4 million new US babies. It absolutely dwarfs the US market,”

Creative Engagement & Awards:
“It’s not all work. In keeping with our annual traditions we’ll present our “Mom First” & “This Woman Means Business” Awards. The “Mom First” Award is given to a mom who saw and successfully pursued a business opportunity she discovered while being a mom. The “This Women Means Business” Award is presented to a proven business leader… an innovator and visionary…who in words and actions recognizes that women can be a transforming economic force in the world today…that for every successful enterprise, women mean business.”

Jola Burnett Bio:
Jola Burnett, Vice President, GfK Consumer Life (formerly Roper Reports), @jolaburnett

In her current role, Jola consults with many Fortune 500 clients, looking at disruptive shifts and forces to make sense of the future. (Jola is obsessed with the future!) She studies U.S. and global consumers to guide her clients on how to connect with today’s and tomorrow’s consumers, tailor marketing strategies and pin-point white spaces and high growth areas. Jola's category expertise includes media & entertainment, advertising and PR, health, consumer packaged goods, personal care, beauty & fashion, food, retail, marketing, government, and non-profit.

Jola is fluent in Polish and Russian and proudly holds three college degrees: an MBA from Pace University, with a dual major in Marketing and Finance; a BA in English and American Literature from the University of Wroclaw (Poland); and a BA in American Literature from the State University of New York.

Jola represented GfK Consumer Life (Roper Reports) at many conferences including: M2Moms®, TMRE, The Media Insights Conference, the North American Shea Trade and the AMA Marketing Conference. She also moderated a panel of experts at the Debunking Millennials, MediaPost event in NYC. Jola is a columnist at MediaPost and Customer Think and an author of “In the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Customers Remain King. What About Workers?”, “Want To See What's Next? Look To Future Moms”, “Tapping the Passions of Food Allergy Moms”, “Retail Today and Tomorrow: Innovating in the Age of Disruption”, the “Global Mindset ahead of the Olympics”, “Power of Visual Influence” and the “Smart Approaches to Green Targeting” blogs.

M2Moms® / M2W® Sponsors:
Presenting Sponsor for 2019 is The Center for Positive Marketing at Fordham University. Additional sponsors include: Google, AARP, Facebook, Healthline, Foursquare, WongDoody, GfK, The Motherboard, FlashLight Insights, Playwell LLC, Marketing to Mums, Tinybeans, Incite, The Female Factor, The Hunter Miller Group, Edison Research, BuzzFeed, Millennial Ad Network, Foundry 360 at Meredith, Snippies and Tiny Tutus.

About M2Moms® / M2W®
M2Moms® -The Marketing to Moms Conference
M2W® -The Marketing to Women Conference
October 16 & 17, 2019, Pope Auditorium at Fordham University

For information: www.M2Moms.com, www.m2w.biz or 860.724.2649 or nan@pme-events.com
M2Moms® & M2W® are produced by PME® Enterprises LLC.

Nan McCann
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Tinybeans’ Edelstein Demonstrates Image-Based Insights At M2Moms® The Marketing to Moms Conference

marketing to moms

Grady Edelstein, Head of Partnership Marketing, Tinybeans

Decoding the Mom Mindset: Image-Based Insights Worth a Million Words

These unique and powerful insights can help brands identify both whitespace and incremental opportunities for their business.”

— Grady Edelstein, Head of Partnership Marketing, Tinybeans

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 5, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Drawing on the analysis of millions of moms photo memories, Tinybeans’ Head of Partnership Marketing, Grady Edelstein, will help brand marketers at M2Moms® identify marketing to moms opportunities. M2Moms® -The Marketing to Moms Conference will be held October 16 & 17, 2019, at Fordham University’s NYC Lincoln Center campus. It is presented by Fordham’s Center for Positive Marketing and attended by national and global brand marketing executives to learn how to build more business with women and moms.

Unspoken Insights: Decoding Behavior of Modern Moms
Edelstein explained, “Now marketers can find out what moms are really thinking, doing and buying…without asking a single question. Using Unspoken Insights, Tinybeans has anonymously analyzed millions of photo memories to decode the behavior of millennial moms around key moments to further understand their parenting and purchasing mindset (while ensuring that none of our members’ data or memories are EVER shared). These unique and powerful insights can help brands identify both whitespace and incremental opportunities for their business.”

Moms Many Roles
“Grady session fits perfectly with this year’s focus on tech,” according to Nan McCann, M2Moms® producer. “We’re featuring sessions on how moms and women are using every screen at their disposal to network, search, get advice, recommend, shop & buy. The tech sessions & media discussions will be presented by Google, Facebook, YouTube, Foursquare, BuzzFeed, JetBlack, Instagram and Edison Research. Additionally, we’ll explore how “smart” innovation is changing the home environment.”

More 2019 Highlights:
“This year’s conference will also examine how intergenerational marketing has become a key component of marketing to moms and women. It includes timely new presentations on the very real differences between millennial moms and the massive emerging cohort of Gen Z moms and women. We’ll also take an in-depth look at the moms market in China. Every year 17 million new babies are born in China versus only 4 million new US babies. It absolutely dwarfs the US market,”

Creative Engagement & Awards:
“It’s not all work. In keeping with our annual traditions we’ll present our “Mom First” & “This Woman Means Business” Awards. The “Mom First” Award is given to a mom who saw and successfully pursued a business opportunity she discovered while being a mom. The “This Women Means Business” Award is presented to a proven business leader… an innovator and visionary…who in words and actions recognizes that women can be a transforming economic force in the world today…that for every successful enterprise, women mean business.”

Grady Edelstein Bio:
Grady Edelstein
Head of Partnership Marketing
Tinybeans https://tinybeans.com/
Grady was your typical type-A super New Yorker until she and her husband had twins. Most days she is figuring it out as she goes and finding ways to simplify a schedule packed with birthday parties, playdates and sports practice of some sort (cooking dinner is a bonus!). Grady can’t wait to connect Tinybeans families like her own with brands that will make raising their children easier and more fun. Prior to Tinybeans, Grady spent the first 14 years of her career in fashion/beauty media, telling the stories of iconic brands through the lens of cultural relevance to resonate with clients big, small, mass and luxury. Additionally, she has over a decade of experience using qualitative and quantitative research methods to define brand strategy, inform business pitches and measure client success.

M2Moms® / M2W® Sponsors:
Presenting Sponsor for 2019 is The Center for Positive Marketing at Fordham University. Additional sponsors include: Google, AARP, Facebook, Foursquare, WongDoody, GfK, The Motherboard, FlashLight Insights, Playwell LLC, Marketing to Mums, Tinybeans, Incite, The Female Factor, The Hunter Miller Group, Edison Research, BuzzFeed, Millennial Ad Network, Snippies and Tiny Tutus.

About M2Moms® / M2W®
M2Moms® -The Marketing to Moms Conference
M2W® -The Marketing to Women Conference
October 16 & 17, 2019
Pope Auditorium at Fordham University

For information: www.M2Moms.com, www.m2w.biz or 860.724.2649 or nan@pme-events.com
25% Early Registration Discount Code Is EB25 at: https://www.m2moms.com/registration/ https://m2w.biz/registration/

M2Moms® & M2W® are produced by PME® Enterprises LLC.

Nan McCann
PME Enterprises LLC
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Eight Back-To-School Tips For Parents of Special Needs Children

Author Deanna Picon's Complimentary Back-to-School Guide Offers Expert Help For Special Needs Parents

This free guide provides ten proven tips to help special needs parents have a good school year with less pressure, more satisfaction and better results for everyone”

— Deanna Picon

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA, September 3, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — During the busy and stressful back-to-school season, mothers and fathers of special needs children are often overwhelmed with the challenges of educating their child. Many feel that navigating the special education system and advocating for their son or daughter is a full-time job in itself. The tasks and responsibilities can seem never-ending at times.

"This free guide provides ten proven strategies to help special needs parents, not only survive and manage the school year, but look forward to one with less pressure, more satisfaction and better results for everyone," said Deanna Picon, founder of Your Autism Coach, LLC and author of The Autism Parents’ Guide To Reclaiming Your Life. The booklet is available at no cost, by downloading it, at www.yourautismcoach.com.

Parents can apply these and other tips from the "Having A Great School Year With Your Special Needs Child” guide:

• Become involved. One of the smartest and most effective things you can do for your child’s education is to simply be part of it. Get to know teachers, paraprofessionals, therapists and administrative personnel early in the school year.

• Form a winning partnership. Your child's educators will be more helpful and involved when you come forward as an engaged partner. Tell and show them you want to collaborate. Be open, honest and approachable and they will be the same. Discuss best practices for communicating on a regular basis and building a successful team. Set realistic goals based on your child's abilities and needs. Meet periodically throughout the year to stay on top of everything.

*Seek help if you need it. The teaching staff can offer advice on appropriate academic activities and lesson plans for your son or daughter. Therapists may help you develop some easy and practical activities you can do at home that will reinforce their work. Take advantage of their expertise and don’t be afraid to ask questions.

• Network. If possible, participate in some school activities and events, attend PTA meetings and parent workshops. These are great ways to meet other parents and build a support team. You can make some new friends and may even find some potential “play dates” for your child.

• Know your rights. Your son or daughter is entitled to a good and appropriate education. If, for any reason, you're not satisfied with the IEP and other goals set for your child, you can seek to change the situation. Speak with the teaching team, school principal or other administrative staff to resolve these issues.

• Be the head cheerleader. Make sure you celebrate your child's achievements, no matter how small. Praise your son or daughter constantly and tell him/her you're proud.

• Have a good time with your child. Like any child, yours deserves to be a kid – to have some fun, enjoy the experiences of life and just relax sometimes. And you know what? You deserve that too. Don't spend every waking moment analyzing your child's behavior or trying to modify it. They get enough of it in school with constant observation and therapy. So have a good time. Do some arts and crafts. Take a day trip to the museum or go see a movie. Remember, every experience can create new learning opportunities.

• Remember, you’re human. It’s okay to feel overwhelmed. Just about every parent of a special needs child ends up feeling stressed-out or frustrated with the special education system at some point. So, don’t feel bad – you’re in good company! Cut yourself some slack every once in a while.

Your Autism Coach, LLC provides personalized guidance, comprehensive support programs and seminars that address the issues and concerns of special needs parents. Now on Twitter (@yourautismcoach), look for the latest parenting tips and advice from Deanna Picon. She shows parents how to overcome the challenges of raising a child with special needs, while building a rewarding life for themselves. Deanna is the recipient of the 2018 “Top Parental Advice Writer” and 2015 “Top Life Coach Writer” awards from Autism Parenting Magazine.

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