Danila Rumold is a mother of two, Emilia Fisher Rumold and Oliver Rumold Fisher.
Danila Rumold received her MFA in Painting from the University of Washington in 2001. As a working artist Danila exhibits at IMA Gallery in Seattle and SFMOMA Gallery in SanFrancisco. Online you can see her work on her artist website or instagram.
Lucy Robinson holds a Magna Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Washington. A Seattle native, Lucy currently lives in San Francisco with her husband and children.
Currently, she is working on a novel entitled Lies Your Mother Told, refining her craft while seeking publication for a queue of fictional stories that explore themes of money, family, marriage, body dysmorphia, the beauty myth, alcohol and sex–in settings such as Thailand and college sororities.
She posts poetry and blogs about the consciousness of becoming on her website. She has written for The Women’s Caucus for Art, Scary Mommy, Mamalode, SheKnows, BlogHer, MindBodyGreen, Elephant Journal and various other websites and publications. Find links to her work here.
Jacquelyn Richey Krieger is a mama, wife, yogini, performer, video artist, considerer of time and explorer of expression and being. A fruit, vegetable, herb and earth enthusiast, she is the creator of ChakWave juices.
She spent her youth hay bale hop-scotching, creek swimming, and tree climbing on her family’s Texas ranch. After graduating from The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Radio/Television/Film, she completed the chef program at the Culinary Classroom in Los Angeles, studied the Psychology of the Chakras at Sacred Centers in Northern California, and yoga at the Himalaya Yoga Valley in India.
She co-produced and acted in the children’s yoga musical “Wee Yogis Play” and is interested in creating a more peaceful, fun, and forgiving planetary experience for all. The connection of Mother Earth and Universal Motherhood excites her. Visit Jacquelyn’s website to see her work.