Joanna Schroeder is a writer, editor and feminist media critic.
She has worked in digital publishing for more than a decade, having served as executive editor of The Good Men Project and senior editor of YourTango, where she currently serves as Managing Editor of the well-respected Experts Program.
A graduate of UCLA's Gender Studies department, she brings a critical eye to the editing and creation of highly-shareable digital content. She is best known for her viral parenting content, which is proudly feminist, anti-racist and progressive.
Her work has appeared in The New York Times newspaper and in publications such as Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Yahoo, The Huffington Post, Time, Bright Magazine, Kveller, and Vox.
She is also a lead author of Confronting Conspiracy Theories and Organized Bigotry at Home: A Guide For Parents & Caregivers published in partnership with The Western States Center.
Joanna's media appearances include interviews on NPR's Morning Edition, Red Table Talk With Jada Pinkett Smith, CNN with Sara Sidner, Anderson Cooper: Full Circle, CBSN Documentaries by Adam Yamaguchi, BBC News, The Washington Post, NPR's All Things Considered, Today Explained podcast, and Spectrum News. She also has a dynamic Twitter presence with over 20,000 engaged followers.
She enjoys spending time with her husband of seventeen years, Ivan, and is a very busy mother of three kids ages 3 to 16, one of whom plays travel ball and is responsible for almost all of the milage on her Subaru Outback.
Clips and Highlights
The New York Times
Why We Should Never Tell Our Kids 'She's Just Mean Because She's Jealous'
15 Ways Women's Bodies Change As We Age (That Are Nothing To Be Ashamed Of)
The High Price Generation X Has Paid For Going To Tanning Beds As Teens
When Trauma Makes It Impossible To Be An Attachment Parent (Yahoo)
Why Your Son Being Friends With A Girl Should Be No Big Deal (Ravishly)
Why You Should Never Tell Your Kids 'He's Only Mean Because He Likes You' (The Good Men Project)
Why Are Surf Magazines Erasing Women? (The Establishment)