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VIP Speakers Announced for Mom+Social Global Summit at 92YTribeca in New York on May 8, 2013
Date:4/30/2013

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  •          Linda Murray, Global Editor in Chief, BabyCenter, Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
  •          Dr. Harvey Karp, Pediatrician and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, USC School of Medicine
  •          Reshma Sujani, Founder, Girls Who Code
  • Mom+Social is the culminating event of the Global Mom Relay, a 60-day online conversation connecting moms and experts around the world to share their personal experiences, stories about motherhood, and global causes they care about. The relay is in support of the United Nations’ Every Woman Every Child. To date, the relay has proven to be truly “global” with people sharing from across all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and 141 countries.

    “The Global Mom Relay and Mom+Social reinforces that moms are the key to creating a better future for their families and families around the world,” said Kathy Calvin, President and CEO, UN Foundation. “Many moms are passionate about helping all families around the world to achieve health and happiness. This collaboration between moms and leaders across all sectors will help further drive the momentum to achieve the United Nations’ goals for women and children’s health.”

    Tweet this: Moms are the key to creating a better future. Help families around the world and join Mom+Social! #globalmom

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    Press contacts:
    UN Foundation: Negin Janati, njanati(at)unfoundation(dot)org
    Johnson & Johnson: Carol Goodrich, cgood2(at)its(dot)jnj(dot)com
    92YTribeca: Beverly Greenfield, bgreenfield(at)92Y(dot)org

    About Mom+Social
    Mom+Social is a special, one-day gathering focused on motherhood and the role of social media, technology, and philanthropy to improve the health of moms and children everywhere. Hundreds of the brightest and most passionate peop
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