Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
“Mama heroes don’t fight ‘bad guys.’ Bad guys and good guys only exist in movies and storybooks."
"As a working mama I train children and the adults who teach them, that a ‘bad guy’ is just someone with a different motivation and point of view. In the real world we face challenges that require teamwork and diverse perspectives to solve. Whether I am working with kiddos as a Teaching Artist in the Creativity Lab or as a parent in my own at home, I am constantly empowering them to be problem solvers!”
“Being a hero means trying and trying again even when we get an unexpected result. Being a mama hero is acknowledging where we got it wrong and demonstrating the resilience to keep adapting.”