San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Charity Jordan, executive producer and star of the popular web series Mommy Uncensored: Confessions of a Real Mom, is ditching her sippy cups and diaper bag to head to the Niche Parent 2013 Conference! Conference participants will have an opportunity to enjoy a special screening of two episodes of web sensation Mommy Uncensored: Confessions of a Real Mom, and join a live discussion covering a variety of topics from writing with integrity to fostering healthy relationships. The screening will take place Friday evening from 6:30-7:30 p.m. It’ll be an interactive time of laughter, bonding and empowerment. Charity states “I am so exciting to spend time with females who have decided to acknowledge the value of their voice. Most Niche attendees are like me, moms who talk so much on the behalf of others that they decide to be silent about their own needs.” Niche specifically selected Mrs. Jordan to give a special word of rejuvenation to conference participants. “Blogging was not only therapeutic for me but a way for me to laugh at this new raucous journey called parenthood. I created the show to help other families feel just as empowered in the midst of their imperfections."
Meet The Creator & Executive Producer of Mommy Uncensored: Through Karen, Charity Jordan turns real-life tears into relatable punch lines that uncover the silly and secretive pressures women place upon themselves and others. She explains, “We hope to empower parents through laughter by portraying a ‘realistic’ perspective of parenthood for the first time on-line, or just about anywhere. Just like the main character, this groundbreaking comedy journal has been therapeutic for Charity. With over ten years of experience in youth development and the performing arts, Mrs. Jordan has a masters’ degree in School Counseling (Concentration: Elementary School) and a bachelor’s degree in Sociology (Concentration: Family & Life Studies), both from Georgia State University. She is the mother of two beautiful children and married to the show’s Director of Photography/Editor, Justin Jordan.