About the Editor and Staff
Kathryn Lynard Soper is a mother of seven children. She is president of Segullah Group, a nonprofit producer of personal writings, and editor of Segullah, a literary journal by and for LDS (Mormon) women. She is currently writing a memoir about her first year with Thomas. She lives with her husband Reed and their children in the mountain west.
You can learn more about Kathryn at www.kathrynlynardsoper.com.
Photograph by Maralise Petersen
Catherine Finn (Publicity) lives in the midwest, with her husband Sean and their son Nolan. Catherine and Sean are both science teachers. They were married in June of 2003. Catherine’s montage “A Life Worth Living”, which features her son Nolan, can be viewed online at www.onetruemedia.com/otm_site/view_shared?p=41811d19928d655419aea
Jennifer Graf Groneberg (Editorial Assistance) Jennifer Graf Groneberg lives and writes at the end of a twisty gravel road with her husband Tom and their three sons. She’s the author of Roadmap to Holland (New American Library, 2008) a book about mothering her son Avery, a fraternal twin with Down syndrome. To read more about Jennifer and her family, go to www.jennifergrafgroneberg.com.
Tara Marie Hintz (Publicity) lives near the east coast , and shares her life with her husband Rick and their four children. A former media relations director, Tara Marie is celebrating the gift of motherhood and works from home. She is a board member of the her local ARC Foundation and a Down Syndrome Group. Tara currently maintains a personal blog at http://emmasage.blogspot.com/.
Stefanie M. Miller (Publicity) lives in the midwest, with her husband Adam and their three children. She enjoys the full-time job of raising her children and is grateful to spend each day with them. Luke was given a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome via amniocentesis. He was born with both duodenal atresia and esophageal atresia. Currently, Stefanie is in the process of going back to school to become a nurse. She is hoping that one day she can offer first-hand support to new moms when given an unwanted diagnosis.
R N Phong (Webmaster–original site, Photo Formatting) lives in the midwest with her five children. Her youngest child was diagnosed with Trisomy 21 nine days after her birth.
Carla K. Reeves (Director, Gifts Outreach) is a thirty-year-old mother of three children. Her youngest child was prenatally diagnosed with Trisomy 21 via amniocentesis. Carla comes from a large Hispanic family. They live in the southeast. She enjoys spending time with their family, playing on the computer, and going to theme parks and museums.
Robin Roach (Publicity) is a mother of three boys. She is the PTA president at her older children’s school. She is actively involved in promoting Down syndrome awareness.