Inspirational working mum Amanda Scacchetti is Product Development Director at Mamas & Papas. She’ll be on our Facebook page at 1pm on Thursday to answer any questions you have about being a working parent
More of you than ever have or are returning to work after having a baby – so we want to support you every step of the way with our Working Mums Club.
Feel unsupported at work? We hear you. Struggling to balance career and family? We’ve got the information you need.
As part of this, we’ve set up our fortnightly Working Mums Club Facebook chats, where we get an expert – often a member of our Working Mums Club Panel to offer advice, share their own experiences and support you with bringing up a family and moving up the career ladder.
Amanda Scacchetti is the Product Design and Development Director at Mamas & Papas. Her key objective is to create innovative products that will be loved by parents and babies. Amanda is also a mum to Milla, five, and 2-year-old son, Arlo, so knows all about the joint pressures of holding down a busy job and bringing up children.
She’ll be on hand to answer any questions you have on juggling motherhood and work, sharing her tips on kitting out your nursery and providing the latest information and advice on which carseats to buy, including tackling the rear v forward-facing debate.
Have a question you’d like to ask? You can tweet, Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d rather be anonymous.
Even if you don’t have a question, we’d still love to hear your thoughts, tips and experiences.
Keep up with our updates here and on social media with the hashtag #workingmumsclub
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