Sarah Steinhardt spent eight years working as a producer for ABC’s Good Morning America and, later, World News Tonight and ABC’s Newsgathering operations, and then helped launch CNN’s New Day with Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan. She then spent 2.5 years at Mercury Public Affairs, working in crisis management and high-level business and political affairs. Throughout her career in journalism, her work was driven by a desire to bring vital news and events to national audiences. Sarah is a graduate of Hamilton College, with a BA in English literature and the history of art. After the birth of her first son, she was inspired to support new mothers without resources so they could focus on the most important postnatal priorities: caring for their newborns and healing.Juliet Fuisz spent twelve years working as a writer and producer for CNN and CNN International in New York City. Most recently, she worked with anchors, Christiane Amanpour and Richard Quest, covering international affairs, business, and politics. Much of her work focused on women’s rights and human rights issues. Fuisz graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in government from Georgetown University. Her own experiences as a new mother struggling to balance challenges created by a colicky baby, complications healing from delivery, and serious family illness inspired her to reach out to women and babies with fewer resources.