“(Christine) wrote a Huffington Post blog post.... that went viral. It attracted thousands of comments, from…. people who had a similar experience and shared her sentiments.”
The New York Times/CNBC
Are Genetic Testing Sites the New Social Networks?
“Just last night I watched us all climb in my bed on our devices — what was once a time for us to watch a family show together has been replaced by the TV in the background with my son on his iPad, my daughter on her iPhone and me sneaking glances at my iPhone on the table, yet telling everyone to get off their device,” says writer and single mom Christine Michel Carter.
The Washington Post
Too much screen time? Even a small family ritual can help combat overuse.
"Did you know there's a federal law mandating accommodations in the workplace for working moms?"
How I Got My Employer to Acknowledge My Nursing Issue
“The huge jump is also 30% higher than that of white single moms, as reported by author Christine Michel Carter in a previous issue of Forbes.”
The Shade Room
#BlackGirlMagic: New Study Shows Black Single Moms Dominate Corporate America
...working mothers are perceived as less productive and professionally dedicated than men, women without children, and women with grown children, says Christine Michel Carter, author of “Can Mommy Go to Work?”
Men Claim They Have More Duties Than Their Coworkers: Survey
Christine Michel Carter, a 33-year-old author on parenting, is a mother of two who is dating after her 10-year marriage ended in divorce.
6 people reveal what modern dating was like after getting divorced
"While society's commitment to promoting equality for all parents is only getting stronger, social perceptions of single moms and single dads still vary greatly."
Single Moms vs. Single Dads: Examining the Double Standards of Single Parenthood
Coverage of Christine Michel Carter's Forbes Articles
"I didn’t realize in four years I’d have the first national mommy and me professional networking event. I just wanted to make life a little easier for working moms."
How Motherhood Shaped My Career for the Better
"I have recently become a mentor in my career after years of rejecting interested mentees. My imposter syndrome used to make me feel I wasn’t worthy or ready to mentor anyone, despite all my achievements."
What advice would you give to a new mentor?
Progression isn’t happening at the local level for me. Nevertheless, I take my children with me to vote because too few people in their state that look like them actually exercise their right to do so.
Why I Take My Child to Vote
“The most offensive thing someone said about me in the workplace is that I didn't really care about what projects I worked on in the office, because I was more concerned with being a mother anyway.”
The 15 Most Offensive Things People Have Said About Parents at Work
“Christine Michel Carter is a writer, speaker, and marketing consultant who knows exactly what brands are looking for when it comes to targeting the "mom" demographic.”
33 Rainy Day Crafts That Influencers’ Kids Recommend
“This expectation to live up to the women before you can be especially intense for women of color. “When it comes to black people,” says Christine Michel Carter, a Maryland-based consultant and author of the book Mom AF, “there is this ingrained feeling that you want to be as great a caregiver as your grandmother: cooking from scratch, entertaining fabulously, being the foundation for the family, never making your husband feel like he needs to do dishes or wash clothes — even if he wants to.”
The Hardest Thing To Do Is ‘Less’ Of All That
“She went from craving cheesesteaks to loving healthy food.”
Using a Tracker for 100 Days Straight Helped Me Lose 50 Pounds
"Christine Michel Carter pays $1,060 a month for half-day child care for her four-year-old. “Actually, that's a steal,” says Michel, a marketing strategist in Baltimore."
The true costs of child care and how to manage them
“(Girls on social media) are getting started younger and younger. Christine Michel Carter spoke about the consequences.”
How Does Social Media Effect Our Girls?
"As a single mom, you just have to realize that the day-to-day is going to be a shitshow, for lack of a better phrase. You have to be flexible, be there for school drop offs, pick ups, and the madness of it all."
Going Solo: 5 Single Moms Talk Divorce, IVF & Being The Breadwinner
“If, like Millennials, Gen Z spans a total of 16 years, that means those who are now between the ages of seven and 22 are Gen Z, with Alpha’s oldest members at just six years old.”
Women's Wear Daily Beauty Inc.
Move Over Millennials: A New Generation Comes of Age
"If you’re guilty of this bad shopping habit, you need to use these psychology tricks to spend less money while shopping because the same strategy is also the reason why candy and gum are near the register, according to Christine Michel Carter, a global marketing strategist."
Here’s Why Pharmacies Are in the Back of the Store
Expectations: It’s scary because I didn’t choose the word, the word chose me.
What’s your word for 2020? Eight Wellness Experts Weigh In.
Christine Michel Carter — writer, speaker and consultant advising on the mindset of Black women and millennial moms — says that when women ignore impostor syndrome, it “either progresses into anxiety or summit syndrome, which is basically just the act of ‘chasing an unattainable corporate high.’
This 1 Tactic Is All You Need to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
Known as the global voice for working moms, Christine Michel Carter is a millennial mom influencer that unapologetically works to improve the working lives of moms.
Christine Michel Carter, the Millennial Mom Influencer, Shares Tips For Mompreneurs and For Companies on Building Inclusive Workspaces
A conversation with Christine Michel Carter, best-selling author of ‘Can Mommy Go To Work?’ and ‘MOM AF’, global marketing strategist, and creator of Mompreneur and Me, on the power of honesty to thrive as a working mom who’s changing the world.
Seek & Thrive: With Global Marketing Strategist & Mompreneur and Me Creator Christine Michel Carter
Christine Michel Carter is on a mission to help brands better communicate with the millennial moms that consume their products and services.
A Peek Inside Her Agenda: Christine Michel Carter
“Christine Michel Carter is the very first women to ever create a national Mommy and Me Professional Development Event!”
Christine Michel Carter Shares Her Passion to Empower Mothers, Working Women, & Women, Period!
"While all of these efforts are well-meaning, they will not make enough of a difference if they don’t lift up and support women of color, says Christine Michel Carter, a writer, global marketing strategist and owner of Minority Women Marketing, LLC, in Baltimore, Maryland."
How to Build a True Women’s Economy
“Christine Epps was 21 years old when she left her position as the director of marketing at a regional jewelry company in Baltimore, Maryland.”
[BLACK, FRESH & 20-SOMETHING] Epps Consulting Owner, Christine Epps
“Diana Ross, the cover star of EBONY’s Spring 2019 issue, celebrated her 75th birthday on Tuesday. In honor of the legendary singer’s diamond jubilee, hundreds of Black female celebrities and influencers including Debbie Allen shared photos wearing 'I’M GONNA WIN' t-shirts.”
Debbie Allen & Other Black Women Honor Diana Ross in Benefit T-Shirts
“Prior to becoming a mother, Carter's research focused on millennials. She earned awards and led conversations around the new viewpoints of this powerful and dynamic group."
American Express Blog
How These Working Moms Found Business Innovation While Making Their Companies Work for Them
“In celebration of Diana Ross' 75th birthday, over 200 Black female celebrities and influencers nationwide are embodying her fierce determination with the new Phenomenal Woman campaign, 'I'M GONNA WIN.'”
Only Diana Ross Could Inspire Over 200 Black Women Icons To Show Out For Her Birthday Like This
“I spoke with Christine Michel Carter - a writer and marketing strategist whose work focuses on careers, Black moms, millennials in the workplace, and diversity and inclusion - about this.”
You Belong: How To Kick Impostor Syndrome To The Curb
"Nearly three years ago, I wrote an article for Forbes titled 'Why So Many Millennials Experience Impostor Syndrome.'"
24 Successful People Share How They Overcame Imposter Syndrome
“There's a writer, marketing strategist and mother who not only talks the talk, but walks the walk and she goes by the name Christine Michel Carter.”
Writer Christine Michel Carter On Balancing Work & Raising Black Kids In Today's America
Christine Michel Carter featured with her mother, Marsha Parham.
Baltimore Style Magazine
Dynamic Mother-Daughter Duos in Baltimore City
Christine Michel Carter talks about black women and infertility with Aja Gordon of Kindred the Family Soul.
Black Women and Health & Wellness
When the end of a quarter arrives, do you have more questions than answers about your content marketing program?
Content Marketing World
30 Ways to Waste Your Content Marketing Time
Can Mommy Go To Work? is an Amazon best-seller, written to help working moms have the conversation with their kids about why they work so hard.
37 Empowering Books About Strong Women
“The motherhood penalty,”(link is external) in which working mothers are perceived as less productive and professionally dedicated than men, women without children, and women with grown children, according to Christine Michel Carter, author of “Can Mommy Go to Work?”
6 Ways to Make Job Titles Work for Your Employees and Your Business
“The motherhood penalty,” in which working mothers are perceived as less productive and professionally dedicated than men, women without children, and women with grown children, according to Christine Michel Carter, author of “Can Mommy Go to Work?”
Men More Likely to Believe They Do More Work Than Women with Same Job
In today’s episode, we meet a mom who inspires mothers to believe in themselves and conquer their fears.
A Voice For Working Moms With Christine Michel Carter
This week we had the opportunity to chat with Best - Selling Author and Speaker Christine Michel Carter!
Mocha + Mimosas
A Chat with Christine Michel Carter: Boss Mom & Author of Can Mommy Go To Work
“Over 200 women of color including celebrities and major social media influencers are paying homage with great organization 'The Phenomenal Woman Campaign,n wearing inspirational tee-shirts from an unforgettable empowering throw back photo of Diana Ross declaring the motivational words, 'I’m Gonna Win.'”
Fashion Bomb Daily
Bomb Product of the Day: Diana Ross’s 75th Birthday ” I’m Gonna Win” White Tee
“Raising Black Girls: Free to Be, Free to Dream, Free to Rise”
Raising Black Girls: Free to Be, Free to Dream, Free to Rise
Marketing professional, writer, and millennial mom Christine Michel Carter knows a bit about what keeps mothers in and out of the workforce.
Here’s Why the Era of Leadership Begins with Diversity
Christine Carter, an incredible writer and global marketing strategist based in Baltimore, Maryland, has been using her successful career in marketing to serve as a leader to an audience completely relatable to her: Black millennials and millennial mom consumers.
Millennial Moms: Representation is essential in all fields of livelihood!
Christine Carter pointed out “extensive research suggests that Democrats value traits like being warm, curious, fun-loving, friendly, while Republicans value being hardworking, determined, ambitious, thorough, and organized.”
The Political Divide: Dems and Reps Can't Even Agree on Shoes
“Want to spend your refund before you get it?”
Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Retail Week to feature 'tax-free shopping'
“Christine Epps was 21 years old when she left her position as the director of marketing at a regional jewelry company in Baltimore, Maryland.”
Baltimore Business Journal
Two and a half minutes with... Christine Epps owner, Epps Consulting
“For months, racism has been at the forefront of our nation’s conversation- and neither you or your son can seem to escape it.”
Dear White Mothers: I Fear For Your Black Son
“We need to shift the conversation from a place of embracing inclusion to teaching pride.”
The Challenge of Raising a Black Girl to Feel Beautiful
To close the gender wage gap, we must close the housework gap. Unlike men, women tend to take on the daily or weekly tasks — laundry, groceries, cleaning, childcare — that can’t be deferred if she wants to work late.
Medium / Authority Magazine
5 Things We Need To Do To Close The Gender Wage Gap: “We must close the housework gap” with Christine Michel Carter and Candice Georgiadis
“I think that (Black Twitter) has transcended (a source for Black people to make jokes about things that they saw in pop culture), and that we are the innovators of being social on Twitter.”
Beyond #BlackTwitter: A Social Media Community Uncovered
“As a writer, speaker and consultant I work with companies to ensure they’re at the forefront of the minds of female consumers."
The Native Society
Christine Michel Carter: Writer, Speaker, Consultant and Creator of "Mompreneur and Me"
“This millennial mom knows her stuff."
Hey Black Mom!
Career of child-rearing? This mom wants you to do both
“Both Johnson and Christine Carter, owner of Epps Consulting in Baltimore, said small, independent stores need to offer a robust online and social media presence to keep pace."
The Baltimore Sun
Lexington Lady owners end family's 81-year Baltimore run
“There is no typical day of work."
Baltimore’s Child Magazine
Mom On The Move
“Fellow writer Christine Michel Carter, who specializes in working with black families and consumers, encourages readers to embrace Reinking’s fresh perspective. ”
Publishers Weekly highlights SIUE’s Reinking’s book
“Females ages 16-19 are four times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault.”
Meet The Millennial Who Created Athena, A Safety Wearable For The 21st Century
Christine Michel Carter podcast interview
The Live Rich Movement
Purposed, Passionate, Popular, and PAID
Make a long lasting impact on your children with healthy parenting advice from these authors.
3 Life Changing Books To Guide Your Feminist Parenting
The key to success is getting to know your customers, says Christine Michel Carter, an expert marketer and owner of Minority Woman Marketing.
How To Market To Each Generation
“Don’t be afraid of what motherhood will do to your ‘professional self,” says Christine Michel Carter.
9 Things I Wish I Could Say To My Friends Who Don’t Have Kids
Christine, a single mother with a booming profession as a writer and consultor shared with me, “My work sometimes pulls me from my own kids, and that makes me feel the mom guilt.”
Women's Health Interactive
Keep The Career, Ditch The Mom Guilt: How I Learned To Finally Let Go
“This week, John and Rachel discuss a Forbes article, “Employers: Don’t Stop Your Team From Building Personal Brands” by Christine Michel Carter."
Green Apple Podcast
Employers: Don’t Stop Your Team From Building Personal Brands
“By day, Christine Michel Carter is a thought leader for marketing to young moms and black consumers."
Women By Choice
Winning Woman Feature: Christine Michel Carter
“As a Mompreneur, Influencer, and Agent Consultant, Christine helps organizations to be more effective towards the Millennial audience with effective branding."
Oprah Zip Bradford
Content is King: Christine Michel Carter Trains Organizations to Reach More Millennials
“We need to shift the conversation from embracing inclusion to teaching pride."
The Challenges of Raising a Black Girl to Feel Beautiful
“Christine Michel Carter is an award-winning writer and global communications strategist."
Christine Michel Carter: The Voice for Millennial Moms of Color
"After the birth of her second child three years ago, Christine Michel Carter visited Charm City Run at 2045 York Road in Timonium intent on getting back into shape."
“Find out about some of the issues facing millennial moms in the article, “Millennial Moms: How to Be Transparent with Your Boss and Communicate Your Needs on Forbes, and why flexible work can be the easiest way to ease some of the burdens facing millennial moms.”
Surviving a Layoff, Part-Time Jobs That Pay, and More News!
“(Generation Z) also takes a keen interest in what they are eating, and understanding in how food has been sourced, more than any other generation.”
Winning the war for Gen Z talent: How SMEs can attract the best graduates
“Carter’s mission is to help brands better understand and market to Black women and working moms.”
On Getting Better Results By Doing Things Differently: An Interview With Christine Michel Carter
“This trailblazing womanpreneur reigns in Baltimore, Maryland.”
We Think Loud
Her Voice Is Powerful
“We’re loving Christine Michel Carter’s article on why she’s teaching her young daughter to feel like the queen that she is.”
Black is Beautiful
“Christine shares with Beyond Mom why she doesn’t plan for the future and how being balanced doesn’t have to look or be a certain way.”
Christine Carter, Global Marketing Strategist
"With an impending recession looming the query turns into… how can a era that by no means recovered from their first recession as college students now put together themselves for the potential devastation once more as dad and mom?”
The Entrepreneur Fund
What A Potential 2020 Recession Could Mean For Millennial Parents
"The World Health Organization defines health and wellness as the state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
Forbes.com: The Business Of Feeding Health-Conscious Gen Z And Alpha Children
"Speaking to Forbes, Marketing Strategist, Christine Michel Carter recommends subverting 'traditional' gender roles."
7 of the greatest Father’s Day ads in the world
“This paper explores published articles and research papers that bring to light the impact of working remotely on the productivity of employees and the professionalism their work demands.”
Impact of Working Remotely On Productivity and Professionalism