We know parenting is complicated. We know you want to get it right. And we want to help.
We’ve put together an incredible lineup of some of our favorite parenting experts! Join us online as we talk about helping the next generation navigate technology, anxiety, depression, and despair. And, you’ll hear practical tips on how to be a more balanced, connected, consistent and patient parent. You don’t want to miss it!
We can’t wait to share this year’s Parent Summit with you on June 12!
Titania Jordan is the Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Parent Officer of Bark Technologies, an online safety company that helps keep kids safe online and in real life.
A thought leader on digital parenting, Titania has contributed to pieces in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Huffington Post, Fox Business, USA Today, and more. Her first book, Parenting in a Tech World, was published in 2020 and quickly became a best seller on Amazon. Titania was featured in the 2020 documentary Childhood 2.0. She often appears as a subject expert on TODAY, Steve Harvey, The Doctors, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, Fox News, Sirius XM Radio, and CNBC.
In 2017, Titania founded a Facebook group where parents come together to share advice and stories on raising kids in the digital age and to learn the latest news about social media. The group now has more than 190,000 members and is growing rapidly.
Matt McKee is just another guy trying to make a difference.
Matt is an author, speaker, entrepreneur, investor, and ordained pastor. He is the Senior Vice President at Bark Technologies. Matt has helped found three tech companies over the course of his career and has invested in more than a dozen others. He is passionate about the intersection of parenting and technology and considers it one of his specialties, having spoken at the National PTA and tech events like SXSW and CES.
As a dad, Matt has been able to share what he’s learned about raising kids in the digital age. He’s the author of Parent Chat: The Technology Chat for Every Family and Parenting in A Tech World.
Chinwé Williams, PhD is a licensed and board-certified therapist. She’s a former graduate counseling professor, college and high school counselor, and executive coach. She is a consultant for K–12 schools as well as nonprofit, faith-based, and corporate work settings. Her expertise lies in the areas of adolescent and women’s wellness, stress and anxiety management, trauma recovery, race-related stress, and equity-centered, trauma-informed education. Dr. Williams has previously taught graduate counseling students at Georgia State University, Argosy University, University of Central Florida, and Rollins College. She is an active member of the American Counseling Association (ACA). Dr. Williams is a frequently featured expert blog and podcast contributor on topics related to adolescent mental health, parenting, racialized stress, and trauma recovery.She is also a speaker at local, national, and international conferences. She is the owner of Meaningful Solutions Counseling & Consulting, where she maintains a growing private practice in Roswell, Georgia serving adolescents, young adults, individuals, and families. Dr. Williams is the co-author of the best-selling book Seen: Healing Despair and Anxiety in Kids and Teens Through the Power of Connection.
David Thomas has more than 25 years of experience counseling kids and families. He has written and co-written 10 books including the best-selling Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys as well as his two latest titles, Raising Emotionally Strong Boys and Strong and Smart: A Boy’s Guide to Building Healthy Emotions (available for pre-order now!). He is a frequent guest on podcasts and national television. His podcast Raising Boys and Girls has been featured in publications such as The Washington Post and USA Today, and he speaks across the country. David is the Director of Family Counseling at Daystar Counseling in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sissy Goff has more than 30 years of experience counseling kids and families. She has written and co-written 12 books including the best-selling Raising Worry-Free Girls and Braver, Stronger, Smarter (for elementary-aged girls). Her new release, Brave, is for teenage girls. Sissy is a regular contributor to various podcasts and publications as well as her podcast Raising Boys and Girls. Sissy is the Director of Child and Adolescent Counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries in Nashville, Tennessee.