Kim Moldofsky is a Chicago-area Social Media Mom of tween boys. She writes about parenting gifted children (learn from her mistakes!) and marketing to moms, as well as whatever else catches her attention. She is also the founder of MomImpact, which connects brands and bloggers for conversations and events.
After staying home with her children until the youngest started kindergarten, her career was in the toilet. But she put on her big girl panties, so to speak, and now she's a published freelance writer, experienced problogger, oft-quoted influencer, informative speaker, and savvy consultant whose clients have included Kleenex, Kenmore, LeapFrog, ConAgra Foods and Subaru. Click below to learn more about her work.
Kim was the original managing editor of The Chicago Moms and is a former contributor to Chicago Moms Blog (a Nielsen Power Community) and BabyCenter's Momformation blog. In fact, she was quoted in Huffington Post Complete Guide to Blogging.
She is active on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Posterous.
In March, 2010 Kim was a featured speaker at a Capitol Hill press event with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and House leadership.
In late 2010, Hormone-colored Days was named as one of the 50 Best Blogs by Women. In 2009, this blog was named as one of the Chicago's top parenting blogs.
Blog Conferences, Brand Events and Retreats
Published Writing: Print and Online
Print Coverage: Noted and Quoted