Meet our talented team members, working to bring you fresh ideas, resources, and conversation every day.
Publisher & Editor-In-Chief
Susan founded Your Teen because she wanted to read a magazine about raising teenagers. Her five kids get final approval for any personal exposure. To her teenage self: if you share your insecurities with others, you’ll find you’re never the only one.
Publisher & Chief Revenue Officer
Stephanie loves being the co-owner of YT Media because it changed everything (for the better) about her parenting 3 great kids (2 still teens). Laughter goes a LONG way in their household - pretty much anything is fair game. To her teenage self: You will (mostly) outgrow your anxiety - relax.
Social Media Manager
Mindy is the mother of three boys, has an MSW and a husband of almost 30 years! To her teenage self: Keep being you, good things are coming. Trust me.
Kamyra Harding is a reading addict, mistake maker, wife, mother and daughter, trying hard to get it all right. To her teenage self: Ignore their expectations, be your authentic self.
Digital Editorial Manager
Melissa, a former litigator, turned her love of telling stories about her clients into a career as an author and editor. She’s the mom of two young adults who astound her with their creativity. Her hobbies include audiobooks, k-dramas, organic gardening, and raising chickens. To her teenage self: “Babe, there is no perfect. Give it your best effort, then let it go, trust, and move on.”
Meredith is an award-winning designer who has been with Your Teen since their launch in 2007. To her teenage self: she wishes she could tell her teenage self to wear sunscreen, not to quit piano lessons, and to buy some Apple stock.
SEO Expert/Assistant Editor
Jessica is an aspiring writer, SEO expert, and somewhat-recent teen, who loves to read, write, and play video games. To her teenage self: “You don’t need to try to fix the world, you just need to be the best person you can be.”
Shari's a mother of three who believes it is never too late to reinvent herself and experience new things. She says that no matter how old she is, she always feels 16; a good thing to be young at heart! To her teenage self: Search for the things you feel passionate about, and that make you happy.
Circulation And Data Manager
Eca likes to read, travel, and laugh; she is a wife, and a mother to 2 wonderful daughters. To her teenage self: “Stop worrying so much about everything, it’ll be okay!”