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Our talented and seasoned editors work with trained journalists to craft clear, accurate, helpful information about pregnancy and parenting. Content related to pregnancy and child health and development is then reviewed and approved by our advisory board of doctors and other experts.
Senior Vice President of Editorial and Global Editor in Chief
Linda sits on the our site executive team and is responsible for developing and delivering on BabyCenter's long- and short-term business strategy. She has coauthored and edited books on pregnancy and parenting and is a passionate advocate for maternal health. Before BabyCenter, Linda held a variety of editorial positions at national women's magazines. She lives with her family in the Bay Area, where she enjoys horseback riding, archery, and hiking with her daughter and dogs.
Vice President of Editorial
Scott is responsible for shaping and leading BabyCenter's expert, social, and community content programs. He specializes in content strategy and development, including production and SEO. He's been at our site since 2005 after working as a managing editor for regional magazines. Scott began his career in engineering, first for the space program and then in telecommunications. Now he has two young children and writes for fun.
Lora oversees BabyCenter's video strategy and directs video development and production. She came to our site in 2014 after more than two decades spent covering health and education as a journalist and multimedia producer. Lora has held staff positions at Time Inc. Interactive, Health magazine, and Edutopia (the George Lucas Educational Foundation). She lives in San Francisco with her husband, son, and daughter.
After studying human biology and public health, Jenny worked as a health researcher before moving to a health magazine, where she fell in love with editing. Since landing at our site in 2005, she's been enchanted with the mission of helping and educating parents and parents-to-be. Jenny lives in Oakland with her husband and young daughter, who wants to be a firefighter when she grows up and is adamant that she doesn't want to do "typing" like Mommy.
Kate is passionate about translating complicated medical information into pregnancy and parenting advice that's easy to understand. Before coming to our site in 1999, she was a researcher at Health magazine for seven years. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two daughters.
Julia excels at making sure that pregnant women and new parents can easily find our site videos to answer their questions. She acts as project manager for videos, coordinating production from concept through launch. Before joining BabyCenter, Julia worked for Teaching Channel, a community of a million educators. She wrote, edited, and produced free online professional-development videos showing great teachers in action.
Assistant Video Producer
Interning at Make: – a YouTube channel with more than a million subscribers – hooked Rebecca on video production. She enjoys creating online content to help women, especially young moms, navigate pregnancy and parenthood. She's the first volunteer to hold a baby at shoots and is the team's go-to video editor back at the office. Rebecca graduated from the Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts program at the University of California, San Diego.
Contract Associate Editor
A research addict, Lucy became an avid our site member while pregnant with her first child. Her strong belief that knowledge empowers new parents has inspired her to contribute hundreds of articles and blogs to websites such as Scary Mommy, SheKnows, and Mamalode. She lives in San Francisco with her multiracial blended family.
Contract Features Editor
Karisa first came to our site in 1998 when she helped launch the company's consumer health division. She has also worked in medical research at a neuroradiology lab, served as director of editorial research at CVS Caremark, and headed content strategy at a fertility analytics start-up. She loves creating content that inspires parents and helps families thrive. Karisa lives in San Francisco with her husband and two children.
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