City Moms Blog Network is now City Mom Collective


City Moms Blog Network is now City Mom Collective
New name reflects mission of nation’s largest collection of hyper-local mom influencers


City Moms Blog Network, which serves millions of moms in nearly 100 cities, across 36 states, is now City Mom Collective. Connecting moms both on and off line, this new name better reflects what this organization is accomplishing – a community of women journeying together through motherhood.

Since 2010, City Moms Blog Network – now City Mom Collective – has provided a positive voice for motherhood by connecting moms to resources and parenting perspectives unique to their communities. Today, millions of readers rely on information provided by the hyper-local sites within this network. These sites, all owned by local moms, represent thriving businesses centered on community. City Mom Collective supports these women in the growth of their businesses, and by creating meaningful partnerships between brands and moms nationwide.

“Our look has changed, but our core purpose has not,” explained Stephanie Flies, City Mom Collective Founder and CEO. “City Mom Collective, and all of its sites, will continue our important and impactful work – providing fresh content, local resources, and community for moms.”

We invite you to hear more about this exciting announcement directly from City Mom Collective Founder and CEO, Stephanie Flies:

Soon, the nearly 100 hyper-local sites within City Mom Collective will change their names and logos to reflect this evolution. Find your local site here.

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City Mom Collective connects moms to information and parenting perspectives unique to their communities; provides a positive voice for motherhood internationally; supports women in the growth of their businesses; and helps brands reach their audience.

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Michelle Fortin is an award winning broadcast journalist and public relations professional. Michelle spent a decade working in television newsrooms across the country, both behind and in front of the camera. She has also trained future broadcast journalists in her faculty associate roles at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, Arizona Christian University, and The Leadership Institute in Arlington, Virginia. She maintains a roster of public relations clients through her business, The Fortin Agency, LLC. Michelle received her bachelor’s degree from Biola University and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) from Arizona State University. She and her husband, two young children and English Bulldog live in Scottsdale, Arizona.