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About Sojourner Marable Grimmett

A native of Boulder, Colorado, Sojourner Marable Grimmett is an Atlanta-based writer who is recognized for writing about the joys and challenges of being a "stay-at-work" mom and connects with moms, both new and experienced, who have the responsibility of raising a family and maintaining a full-time job. As a newly-minted stay-at-work mom, what is unique about her writing style is that she speaks effectively to young adults in their 20s and 30s who are confronted with balancing professional goals with the demands of raising children. And, as an African-American woman she brings a unique perspective to readers and, through social networking, enhances readership by engaging a younger and contemporary professional audience. Her experience in higher education spans nearly a decade working in student services and enrollment management, Sojourner's appeal transcends the academic world to reach young adults engaged in all walks of life. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, Roland and two young sons, Roland Jay and Joshua.

Would You Eat in the Bathroom?


Atlanta Breastfeeding Campaign By: Sojourner Marable Grimmett, Fox 5 Atlanta, MyAtlantaMoms.com One of the greatest struggles for breastfeeding mothers is to have our voices heard and accommodations met in order to express milk and feed our children in public places. … Continue reading

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