In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the time when late Generation X and Early Millennials (a cohort sometimes called Xennials) were entering their peak television consumption years, women were significantly underrepresented on TV. In fact, in this era there were fewer women on TV, and fewer women depicted in professional careers, than there were […]
Leslie Waghorn is the mother of a very active preschooler and a fiercely independent toddler. She has worked in public health and digital media strategy for nearly a decade, having previously worked in media and politics. Previously based in Washington, DC, she's now based in Ottawa, Canada. Leslie holds an MA in health communication from George Mason University and has an honors BA with a double major in Political Science and History from Carleton University. By day she's a freelance health communication professional and by night she’s the founder and editor-in-chief of TheScientificParent.org.