Ambition + Motherhood | Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace
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How does motherhood affect ambition? Guests Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace co-wrote "The Ambition Interviews" essay series for The Atlantic and share their powerful findings with Atomic Moms.
We talk about our desire to redefine ambition, the reason there are so few power couples, and why moms are juggling more than ever before. We also talk about Elizabeth’s two mom household and celebrate Hana's career move that was inspired by this project. Listen to our interview! Read these essays. And join our conversation on social media.
About Our Guests: ELIZABETH WALLACE is a freelance writer who has been published in Lenny Letter, Domino, Parenting, and Redbook, and a former editor at Vogue, Nylon, Seventeen, Us Weekly, and Lucky. Elizabeth is a Brooklyn-based mother of two kids and avid practitioner of yoga, lunch making, and handcrafted cocktails. elizabethannwallace.wordpress.com.
HANA SCHANK is a user experience consultant, author and essayist. Her writing appears frequently in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic and in other national publications and around the web. She is the author of two memoirs. Hana divides her time between Washington DC and Brooklyn, NY, where she lives with her family. www.hanaschank.me
Atomic Moms is a modern parenting podcast celebrating the joys and complexities of caring for our children and ourselves. Host Ellie Knaus celebrates and commiserates with New York Times best-selling authors, acclaimed parenting experts, and bighearted moms all over the world. With 100+ episodes available for free on iTunes, we have been creating positive and empowering content for mothers since 2014.