I've interviewed dozens of thought leaders and change makers, including three First Ladies, members of Congress, three surgeon generals, country music stars, and even an astronaut. I've covered topics vital to American women, including gun violence and domestic abuse, Alzheimer's and heart health. My personal essays have appeared on numerous platforms, including HuffingtonPost, Thrive Global, Covey Club, and Grown & Flown. I used my monthly editor's letter in Woman's Day as a platform to discuss critical issues facing American women, including food insecurity, military caregivers, the opioid epidemic, and much more.
Dr. Vivek Murthy says we should be training doctors better, and involving the community.
Educator Dr. Jill Biden is reminding Americans that the loved ones of our men and women in uniform need support.
A shooting attempt that might have scared a lesser woman into silence has galvanized former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords to fight even harder to keep families safe.
One in four American women will experience domestic violence, and for many the nation's network of shelters and crisis centers act as, quite literally, lifelines. It wasn't always so.
Woman's Day Editor-in-Chief Susan Spencer on how to celebrate memories through letting go.
Our Family Book Club is a way to help us have conversations about race and racism.
Grown & Flown
Ever since she was a little kid, Laurel Rossi felt a desire to support social justice. But it was a chance conversation that ultimately helped her find her true calling: fighting for economic security for those with disabilities.