Ep. 13: Thinking Big For the Wee Ones
In our third installment of the Mom 2.0 Summit series, we chatted with Julie Clark, a full-time mom and former teacher best known for founding The Baby Einstein Company, a start-up business that was born in her basement and became an internationally acclaimed, multimillion-dollar company in less than five years. Credited with creating an entirely new industry, Julie brought the arts to babies and toddlers in child-friendly ways that exposed an entire generation to classical music, art and poetry.
Julie’s television appearances include: Oprah, Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox News, The View and the CBS Nightly News, along with feature articles in USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and People Magazine. In 2009, Julie was personally honored at the President’s State of the Union Address. Most recently, Julie is the founder of WeeSchool, a media company that gives parents fun, positive ideas for play with their wee ones and helps them understand child development. Julie lives in Denver, and is the mom of two daughters. Learn more on Julie’s web site: MommyMade.com.
We also give our two shiny cents about the women-only screenings of the new Wonder Woman movie planned in Austin, Texas. (Spoiler: Yesssss to this!). And we salute one young champion athlete who's not here to smile in order to make you feel more comfortable.