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11 Responses to Contact

  1. Meg Tapucol-Provo says:

    Hey Kristin, I don’t know if you remember me from Mothers and More–it was a long time ago… you contacted me to use me as a source for you book I believe. Again, it was a long, long time ago. Anyway, just wanted to congratulate you on your new site–it looks great and sounds like you’re doing well! I just finished going through a one-year Masters in Teaching program; however, I’ve decided to not go for a full-time teaching contract, but rather cobble together some income by substitute teaching and teaching two quarters a year at the local community college (which I’ve been doing for nine years now). I’m too used to the flexibility and being there if I need to for my kids that I don’t want to give that up. Just this morning my 12-year-old daughter was sick and I was able to take care of her until she felt good enough to go to school. Anyway, keep in touch! I’m on Facebook too…

    Meg Tapucol-Provo

  2. Cynthia says:

    Hi Kristin,
    Since we are both in southern cal, we should connect up sometime. I live in Larchmont village/ adjacent to Hancock Park. Would love to catch up with you!
    Cindy (Fitterer) Michels

  3. Michelle Kobayashi says:

    Hello Kristin,

    Your website looks fantastic – and so does your photo (love the necklaces!). It’s great to get your emails and see how well you are doing and how much good you’re doing as well. Thanks again, ever so much, for giving me so much time and information about Pasadena schools a while back when we were thinking about moving.

    Keep up the good work,

    Michelle Kobayashi

    P.S. Your daughter is starting middle school?!?!?!?!

  4. Lisa Dabbs says:

    Hi Kristin,
    Really appreciate the thoughtfulness you put into your work with so many on the web.
    I love the look (or updating)of your new website.
    Would you be willing to share the company with me?
    I really want to progress forward from blog only to a website with blog component.
    All the best to you!
    ~Lisa @teachingwthsoul

  5. Judy says:

    Hi Kristen,

    I love your work!

    I’d like to talk to you about reviewing Sarah Damaske’s new book FOR THE FAMILY? How Class and Gender Shape Women’s Work, recently published by Oxford University Press. Please ping me via email if you are interested so I can send you some information. Thanks so much!

    Cheers,
    Judy

  6. Hi Kristin, I’m the Family section editor over at Role/Reboot (http://rolereboot.org), and I’d like to republish your piece on single-sex education and gender stereotypes. Would you give us permission to republish? Many thanks in advance for considering!

  7. Megan Bearce says:

    Hi there. I came to your book reading in Mankato a few years ago. (I had been living in Glendale, CA then moved back to MN). Came across you again via Mother’s and More. I re-opened my therapy practice in Minneapolis with the goal of supporting women around the very issues you address. Just wanted to say thanks for the work you are doing. Love the blog!

  8. Steve Garfink says:

    Kristin,
    Thank you for your blog about Gen X and Social Security. Whenever I ask a post-Boomer about Social Security the uniform response is, “Oh, that won’t be there for me.” Disheartening since, as you point out, the worst case is that it will be there at about the 75% level beginning in about 21 years if nothing is done – unlikely in my view given the popularity of the program.
    The even better news for Gen X is that because benefits are indexed to wages, the likely gain in wages between now and the time they retire will likely more than offset such a cut, should it happen. All the more reason for all generations to be adamant in support of this program.
    Best regards,
    Steve Garfink

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