At a Glance:Dana Rudolph has been a Project Contributor since December 2008, has written 123 entries and currently lives in Boston, MA.
Dana is a freelance writer/marketer and founder of Mombian: Sustenance for Lesbian Moms, which offers a mix of parenting, politics, diversions, and resources for lesbian moms and other LGBT parents. Each year in June she hosts Blogging for LGBT Families Day, in which bloggers of all types are invited to post in support of LGBT families.
She writes regular columns on LGBT parenting for several LGBT newspapers, and also covers various LGBT news and events not necessarily related to parenting for Logo's 365gay.com news site and other channels. She and her partner Helen produce the weekly LGBT-parenting video blog "She Got Me Pregnant" in partnership with Logo site After Ellen.
Dana has over a decade of experience in the online industry, at both the startup and corporate levels. Most recently, she was vice president at Merrill Lynch, developing marketing and business strategies for several key online initiatives. She was also the first leader of the firm's global LGBT employee network.
Dana has a BA summa cum laude from Wellesley College in Astronomy and Medieval/Renaissance Studies, and an M.Phil from Oxford University in History.
Dana and Helen have been together more than fifteen years. Dana is currently staying at home with their five-year-old son, for whom she hopes to make the world a better place.
Dana Rudolph: Recently Filed
It is in the interplay of similarities and differences that the great web of human families is made. We connect with our similarities and learn from our differences.Read More
17-year-old activist Jehanne McCullough recently gave a presentation about what schools can do to be more inclusive of children with same-sex parents.Read More
The Boston Red Sox and marriage equality are more similar than you might think.Read More
Join me next week in celebrating Blogging for LGBT Families Day, a time for bloggers of all sexual orientations and gender identities to write posts supporting LGBT families.Read More
I'm hard-pressed to think of a classic Disney film that doesn't have a main character who is an orphan, has only one parent, or has a step-parent, there's no reason they shouldn't add some additional "non-traditional" families to the mix. It's a small world, after all.Read More