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Elizabeth Atalay is a Digital Media Producer and the Managing Editor for World Moms Network. was founded as a way to use her documentary background in a new medium. After having worked on Feature Films and Television series for FOX, NBC, MGM, Columbia Pictures, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, and Castle Rock Pictures, she studied documentary filmmaking and anthropology earning a Masters degree in Media Studies from The New School in New York. Since becoming a Digital Media Producer she has worked on social media campaigns for non-profits such as Save The Children, WaterAid,, UNICEF, United Nations Foundation, World Pulse, and The Gates Foundation. As a United Nations Foundation Shot@Life Champion Leader she advocates for global vaccines. She served as the Digital and Social Media Specialist at Edesia, a non-profit that produces Plumpy’Nut and other Ready To Use Therapeutic Foods to prevent and treat child malnutrition for two years. She was a member of the Social Media Corps for the 2016 RESULTS conference to end poverty, and in  2015 she was selected as a United Nations Foundation Social Good Fellow. Elizabeth travelled to Ethiopia with the International Reporting Project in 2014 as a New Media Fellow to report on newborn health. Reporting trips have also taken her to South Africa with Mom Bloggers For Social Good and more recently to Haiti to meet artisans creating for the Macy’s Heart of Haiti line. Elizabeth is a member of  the  Global Team of 200 , the Mission List, and a Community Partner. Her writing has been featured on, Johnson & Johnson’s,,, and Elizabeth has traveled to 70 countries around the world and lives in New England with her husband and four kids.

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  1. Wow! I have just spent the last few minutes bouncing from one page to another and just reading. As a mom of 3, I totally hear your heart on the article about realizing your own mortality. I love your cupcake tour! and I love reading your adventures! Thanks for joining MVM. Glad you’re there so we can connect!

    • Thanks for reaching out! I love the title “WAHM”….I like that much better than describing myself as a stay at home mom! I so wish I had heard that before! Thanks for checking out my site, looks like we have a couple of kids the same ages too!

  2. Hey Elizabeth:

    SO wonderful to meet you at BlogHer! I am really hoping we can work together on World Mom’s Bog! I haven’t had a chance to explore your blog but am looking forward to it. If and when you are ready to submit a post for us, let me or Jen know. One on your work and how it inspired you would be awesome! Nicole

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