Parenting and Politics is a podcast for parents who want to make a difference (and change the world!) where we look at parenting through a political lens. It was created and is hosted by Diana Limongi Gabriele.
It was created with the following goals:
- To help parents use their voice to harness their political power
- To shed light on the political process, and how it affects families
- To highlight the work (and wins!) that is being done in different areas
- To give parents ideas on how they can make a difference
- To remain hopeful in these uncertain times
PARENTING AND POLITICS IS A PODCAST OWNED BY DLG MEDIA INC.
ABOUT DIANA LIMONGI GABRIELE
Diana Limongi is a nonprofit professional, writer, activist, blogger and Latina mom. She is the cofounder of DLG Media, a site that elevates the voices of multicultural America. She is also a writer and blogger at LadydeeLG, where she writes about motherhood, raising bilingual kids, multicultural families, culture and travel. Her writing has also appeared on BabyCenter, Hispana Global, NBC News, Cosmopolitan and other outlets.
As a nonprofit professional and activist, Diana works with organizations that help mothers, children and families. She is on the Aspen Institute’s Social, Emotional, Academic Development Parent Advisory Panel, and works with MomsRising/MamasConPoder. She has also worked with The New York Paid Leave Coalition and UN’s Shot@Life program. Diana was named a LATISM Top Digital Influencer in 2015 and 2016. She also received a social media award for her work as part of the MomsRising Good Food Force and was a Hispanicize 2015 TECLA award nominee for best parenting blogger.
Diana has a BA from Fordham University and an MA in Migration Studies from the University of Kent in Brussels. She also has a MPA in Nonprofit Management from NYU Wagner.
Diana sits on the Board of Multicultural Kid Blogs, an online community for raising world citizens and Serious Fun After School Program. Diana is fluent in Spanish and French. She lives in Queens, NY with her husband (who blogs at WokeDaddy.com) and their two kids.