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Chicago organizations are collecting baby formula donations amid nationwide shortage
Reset with Sasha-Ann Simons | May 19, 2022
New Moms was recently featured on WBEZ’s Reset to discuss the nationwide shortage of baby formula which continues to be a source of stress for families with little ones. In Chicago, organizations like New Moms are collecting donations to help.
Reset learns more about where to donate or find baby formula in the Chicago area, and why breastfeeding isn’t the ultimate solution to the crisis.
Igniting Brighter Futures for Young Mothers
In the Business of Change Podcast | Feb 14, 2022
On this episode of SEE Change’s “In the Business of Change” podcast, New Moms’ President and CEO, Laura Zumdahl, recounts the history of New Moms and what prompted us to add a social enterprise candle-making company, Bright Endeavors, to our already robust Job Training program. She discusses the impact this addition has had on young moms in Chicagoland and shares the challenges of balancing an inspired social mission with financial sustainability – and the lessons she’s learned along the way.
Click above to listen to the podcast or you can listen on SEE Change’s website.
Stepping Back to Light the Way
Shift the Power Podcast | April 2021
New Moms was recently featured on Global Learning Partners’ Shift the Power: A Learning-Centered Podcast. The episode highlights the impact of a case study we did together to document our amazing science-informed social enterprise, Bright Endeavors. Join Director of Workforce Development Gabrielle Caverl-McNeal and Director of Learning and Innovation Dana Emanuel as they share the impact of the case study one year later – within New Moms and in the broader field.
Designing for Behavior Change
The Behavioral Design Podcast | September 2020
Stephen Wendel, Head of Behavioral Science at Morningstar, writs extensively about incorporating behavioral design into programs and products. Wendel cites New Moms as a case study in the latest edition of his book, Designing for Behavior Change, and discusses the book on this podcast. Click above to listen to the full episode!
Crisis Conversations: Working pregnant in the time of COVID
Better Life Lab Podcast | July 2020
New Moms brought our knowledge of workforce development and job training to this conversations with Brigid Schulte, Director of Better Life Lab at New America. Pregnant workers already face discrimination on the job, Before the pandemic struck, the United States was the only advanced nation without a national paid maternity or parental leave policy. Now, pregnant workers have to navigate workplaces that pose real infection risks — often without recourse. Delivering a child in the pandemic has become fraught and isolating. And for many new moms whose low-wage jobs are considered “essential,” the emergency paid leave law Congress passed doesn’t even apply. So what can we learn from the pandemic about how to better protect pregnant workers? How can we ensure healthy outcomes for new mothers and children, and, in particular, for new African American mothers and children, whose rates of infant and maternal mortality are alarmingly high?
Click above to listen to the podcast or you can listen on Apple Podcasts.
How One Nonprofit Is Breaking The Cycle of Intergenerational Poverty
Nonprofit Leadership Podcast | September 29, 2019
How can we as individuals and a society help break down the systemic barriers that keep different economic and social groups in a cycle of stress and poverty? New Moms’ President & CEO, Laura Zumdahl, discusses her experience in leadership at New Moms and how our mission impacts young families throughout Chicagoland. Click here to listen to the podcast.
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