Episode 6: Like, Follow, Share

Premieres: December 12 at 8 pm


Host:
Angela Santomero is best known as the Creator and Executive Producer of acclaimed children’s television hits such as Blue’s Clues on Nick Jr., and Super Why! and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood on PBS KIDS. She is the Founding Partner and Chief Creative Officer of Out of the Blue Enterprises, LLC, and oversees the creative development and research of all the company’s projects, with a mission and vision to bring educational entertainment to a whole new level. Angela is also host of PBS’ The Parent Show at www.PBSparents.org and writes a personal blog about being a parent who creates children’s media at www.AngelasClues.com. She is a prestigious Peabody Award Winner for Outstanding Children’s Programming and a Gold and Silver Parents Choice Awards recipient. She currently lives in New York with her husband and two adorable daughters.


Guests:
Deborah Gilboa, MD is a Board Certified Family Physician, mother of four sons, and a professional parenting speaker and writer. She is also the author of Teach Resilience: Raising Kids Who Can Launch! and Teach Responsibility: Empower Kids with a Great Work Ethic. Doctor G has served as an expert resource for Parents magazine, MSNBC, Yahoo News, USA Today and is a regular contributor to Huffington Post Parents, Your Teen Magazine, and many other media outlets. She follows three basic principles when guiding parents from toddlerhood to young adulthood: Respect, Responsibility, and Resilience. Her website is www.AskDoctorG.com

Caroline Knorr
As Common Sense Media's parenting editor, Caroline helps parents make sense of what’s going on in their kids' media lives. From games to cell phones to movies and more, if you're wondering "what’s the right age for…?" Caroline can help you make the decision that works best for your family. She has more than 20 years of editorial and creative marketing writing experience and has held senior-level positions at Walmart.com, Walmart stores, Cnet, and Bay Area Parent magazine. She specializes in translating complex information into bite-sized chunks to help families make informed choices about what their kids watch, play, read, and do. And she's the proud mom of a teenage son whose media passions include Star Wars, StarCraft, graphic novels, and the radio program This American Life.

Kelly Kochamba
Kelly is the Primary Media Representative and Community Outreach Specialist for the FBI Pittsburgh Field Office. In this role, she oversees the FBI Citizens Academy, an eight week hands-on inside look at the FBI programs and priorities, bringing together a cross section of local business and community leaders. Other programs under Kelly’s supervision include the CREST program, a condensed version of the Citizens Academy offered to more focused sectors of the community, and the Adopt-A-School/ Jr. Special Agent Program, created to promote internet safety. Kelly also co-partners with the FBI Civil Rights Squad in the management of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition, created to locate and assist victims of human trafficking in the Pittsburgh area. She has worked with numerous private, public and non-profit organizations, including families, schools, at-risk youth, Special Olympics of Western PA, Make-A-Wish, and several others.

Rick Wallace
Rick is Director of Special Operations/Global-National Security Analyst at Tiversa, Inc. He provides peer-to-peer (P2P) intelligence and security services worldwide and is known as a major contributor to law enforcement agencies’ investigative efforts. Rick works to protect and educate global law enforcement in overall Internet safety, shielding them from cyber crime and guarding children worldwide from exploitation. Rick was recently presented with the FBI Directors Community Leadership Award for his outstanding contributions to law enforcement as well as his many volunteer activities. In May 2013, the FBI-LEEDA Executive Board awarded Rick its first Investigative Excellence Award.

 

Presented with expertise from Common Sense Media.


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