Hana is a homeschooling parent of four children. Two of whom are grown. She has been cultivating a rich learning environment that inspires, nurtures and empowers her students since 2003. This may be the secret to her success and the key to her ability to thrive long-term as a homeschooler. The homeschooling journey is a challenging one. Hana recognizes the challenges and has honed her skills to manage the ups and downs with grace and creativity. She began homeschooling with two purposes in mind: nurture the children in a religious environment and tailor the Waldorf educational philosophy to suit her family’s needs. In so doing, she has inspired families worldwide with her Waldorf inspired homeschool which has been modified to include religious and cultural stories to enrich the learning experience.H
Candice Kelly is a homeschooling mom to three boys, and for the last few years she's been sharing her family's homeschooling journey on her YouTube channel, Homeschool on the Hill. She loves to talk about the many facets of home education by sharing her own personal experiences and hopes that others will feel encouraged and empowered after watching her videos. Over the last several years Candice has been savoring the moments with her rapidly-growing boys. With one that's already graduated and two more to go, her top priority is to enjoy the journey while helping others to do the same.
Dr. Tanya Faisal is a former doctor-lawyer turned secular homeschooling mom of 3 delicious hooligans, ages (almost) 11, 8, and 6. Homeschooling, which began as a one-year experiment 4 years ago, has morphed into the best thing that ever happened to her family. She shares their homeschooling journey at Project Happy Home on both YouTube and Instagram, where you can find oodles of information about secular eclectic homeschooling, ADHD & 2e parenting, and practicing an essentialist lifestyle.
Sayeda is a homeschooling parent and Co-Founder of Homeschool Panda, an educational app utilized in 113 countries. She is knowledgeable in various types of teaching styles used by homeschoolers across the world. Sayeda has a passion for developing innovative educational solutions that cater to parents and educators from every facet of life, regardless of their faith, background, education and financial status. Her background in I.T. allows her to employ a perfect blend of her homeschooling experience and technology skill-sets in supporting the global homeschooling community.
Tricia Brookover is a 40-something mom to three kiddos and a military wife. Though they are currently living in North Carolina, their military life has included homeschooling in six states over the last decade. After years of insecurity in the way she lives and homeschools, Tricia is finally embracing this life of hers.
She has a special interest in empowering moms to continue homeschooling through the teen years. On her blog and on her YouTube channel, she has one mission—empower moms to create a homeschool life uniquely their own.
Lindsay Rincon is a homeschool mom of two fun and crazy kids, and a wife to her best friend. Motivated by her own homeschool experience and encouraged by other homeschool moms, Lindsay started her family's homeschool journey back in 2016. She loves caramel macchiatos(iced or hot), good books, sushi, and having dance parties in her living room. She shares homeschool videos on her YouTube channel, Momma Schmooze Homeschool Reviews.
Michelle McCallum is a former High School English teacher turned homeschool mom of five children. Currently, their family attends a Hybrid, University Model Homeschool. From dyslexia and chronic illness to autism and learning disabilities, many challenges have transformed their lives and directed their family to homeschooling ten years ago. Michelle regularly shares on Instagram at @acommon_life and has many videos on her YouTube channel: youtube.com/acommonlife