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Suzanne Venker and Dr. Meg Meeker

Featured on Woman to Woman on August 27, 2011.

Suzanne Venker is a public speaker, author, cultural critic and former teacher. She has written The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know -- and Men Can't Say, which argues that feminism has not empowered women but in fact harmed them. 7 Myths of Working Mothers: Why Children and (Most) Careers Just Don't Mix, she argues that young children and demanding careers are incompatible.

As a guest, Venker has appeared on ABC, CNN, FOX, C-Span, PAX, EWTN, as well as hundreds of radio shows throughout the country. Her work has appeared in such publications as Human Events, National Review, the New York Post, and CNSnews.com. She also wrote a blog for a year and a half called No Bull Mom.

Venker graduated from Boston University in 1990 and now lives in St. Louis, Mo., with her husband and their two children.




Dr. Meg Meeker is a pediatrician, mother and best-selling author of six books. She has practiced pediatric and adolescent medicine for 25 years and helps parents and teens communicate about difficult topics, such as sex, sexually-transmitted diseases and teen pregnancy. Her latest book The 10 Habits of Happy Mothers: Reclaiming Our Passion, Purpose, and Sanity
stems from her work with numerous families over the years.

Meeker speaks on teen health issues and has been featured on nationally syndicated radio and television programs. These include The Today Show, CNN American Morning, Dateline, The O'Reilly Factor, Oprah and Friends, 60 Minutes, NPR and others.

Meeker is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is also on the National Advisory Board of the Medical Institute and the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development at Michigan State University.

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