Mom Summit and Moms Conference Keynote Speaker | Women’s Organization and Diversity Day Speaker | Inspirational Mom

For too long mothers have been overlooked and undervalued. This is why Christine takes the working mother experience seriously. Featured in The New York Times and The Washington Post, she has an inquisitive nature and voice which transpires across miles into the heart, mind, and soul of moms everywhere. At home, she’s Mommy to Maya and West- the two cutest damn kids on the planet.

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Senior Contributor

As a ForbesWomen senior contributor, Christine has interviewed a number of celebrity moms, including Tina Knowles-Lawson, Tamera Mowry, Kristin Cavallari, and La La Anthony. Christine was also honored to interview former Senator and the first female Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris. She has also written for a variety of other publications including TIME, Entrepreneur, HuffPost, Health, and Parents.

Corporate Routine Breaker

COVID-19 forever changed the future of work. In the hopes of reducing burnout and improving the mental health of working parents, Christine teaches them how to reframe their “traditional notion” of corporate America into a new, thriving virtual/office hybrid that works for them, their employer, and their children. She is also a corporate advocate fighting for longer, paid maternity leave, increased position flexibility and support for childcare, either on-site or through subsidies.

Best-selling Author

Christine’s own best-selling children’s book Can Mommy Go To Work? was ranked as an “empowering book” and a “life changing book to guide feminist parenting.” Her other book MOM AF was ranked one of the top 10 inspirational books for moms.

Honest Single Mom

Mothers are bearing the burden of childcare and household duties with very few partners sharing those responsibilities equally.  That’s why Christine is passionate about clearing up misconceptions and elevating the voice of women in different spaces. She’s motivated to tell the honest story of what it means to be a mother: their hopes, fears, challenges, everyday struggles, and wins… and having someone listen to the story and made a positive impact as a result of the story.

(Views expressed are her own and do not reflect any entity with which she is affiliated.)

Christine has received testimonials from her private talks with employee resource groups. Each talk is customized to fit the needs of the employer’s workforce. For those interested in achieving change within the organization and diversifying their corporate consultants, Christine Michel Carter is a great choice. Check out Christine’s speaker reel or download her media kit.