Auditions are a wrap. KeAnne and I heard over 40 amazing stories and met over 40 amazing women. Each woman we met was someone I wanted to pour a cup of coffee for and invite her to stay and talk. That’s the joy of Listen to Your Mother for me – meeting so many people with whom I genuinely feel an instant connection.
Among those auditions were these women. Their stories are the ones that will create our 5th and final Listen to Your Mother show in Raleigh-Durham. We are beyond excited to introduce them to you now.
Anne Anthony is a mom to two grown daughters, a full-time writer and part-time photographer living in Chapel Hill. Her work can be found on her website.
Sheila Arias is from Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. Inspired by her daughter, Jaslene (age 8), she is an advocate for parents with special needs. She also has a five year old son.
Candice Burton is a small business owner with an entrepreneurial bent who wears many hats, including being mama to her two children. Her spare time is spent at the gym, having recently won a national fitness competition.
Liz Brignac is a New Orleans native and mama to two boys. She is a freelance writer focusing on children and the outdoors.
Sarah Cade is a social studies teacher at a high school in Raleigh. Her 10 month old son Harvey just took his first steps this week. She writes at The Cainade Chronicles.
Kathryn Taylor Clarke is a yoga instructor and a mama to a boy and a girl. She married her middle school sweetheart right out of college and works with adults with dementia and for racial justice and equality.
Danielle Gardner is mama to twin daughters, Nadia & Elise. She keeps her friends looking and feeling fabulous both as a Stella & Dot stylist and a yoga instructor.
Heather Hankinson is a full-time working single mom to Mason, her 6 year old son with non-verbal autism and Queso her 7 year old wiener dog.
Tiffany Haywood is a mom to six kids ages 6 to 22. She is the “Tee” in The Mrs Tee lifestyle blog.
Aleta Payne is a mom to three boys, the youngest of whom just flew the nest last fall. She now mothers two wild puppies and lives in Cary.
Kirsten Reberg-Horton is a landscape designer, artist, writer, activist, and a mama to three children. She is passionate about racial justice and special needs education.
Jess Rotenberg is not new to LTYM:RDU. She has been the official photographer since the very beginning. This year, she is joining the cast as a mama of two boys and her story told with words, not pictures.
We hope you will join us at Jones Auditorium on the campus of Meredith College on Friday, May 5, 2017 at 7:30 PM for our 5th Listen to Your Mother: Raleigh-Durham show! You can buy tickets here.by