Heather + Erin
Heather Estenson and Erin Matzkin are longtime friends, technology attorneys, and moms to three children each. They met while working at the same law firm, and later spent several years working together in-house at Disney Interactive. They tend to finish each other’s sentences and share a deep, abiding love of black dresses and spreadsheets.
Their writing focuses on working and parenting, including new baby topics, childhood milestones, maternity and paternity leave, opting out of the workforce and getting back in, the impossibility of work-life balance, breast pumping at work, and navigating childcare options. They are regular contributors to Disney’s Babble.com, and their writing has been featured on a variety of other parenting and working mom websites including Scary Mommy, Huffington Post Parents, Blunt Moms, and Project Eve. Both Heather and Erin have been featured speakers at the Mom Fair.
In addition to their work on Work Kids Wine, Heather and Erin co-founded SitterNote, the app for parents and babysitters, available for download on the iTunes App Store.
Heather earned her B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and her JD from The Georgetown University Law Center; she is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US). She has more than 15 years of experience handling software, intellectual property, and corporate matters. Heather resides in Atlanta with her almost-teenage daughter and two sons, ages 10 and 6.
Erin earned her B.S. in Business Administration from USC’s Marshall School of Business and her JD from the USC Gould School of Law. She has more than fourteen years of experience focusing on technology and digital media distribution matters; her clients include major media companies and media-focused technology startups. Erin lives in Los Angeles with her husband, 8-year-old son, 6-year-old daughter, and her infant daughter.
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