Sunny Gault, Founder and Network Director
Sunny Gault is the host of REVIVE, a live, daily show and podcast that renews moms and dads by giving them a break from the daily grind. She’s also the creator of several podcasts focused on new and expecting parents. Since launching her initial shows in 2012, Sunny has released more than 700 episodes focusing on a range of pregnancy and parenting topics. Prior to podcasting, Sunny was an award-winning broadcast journalist, having worked at television and radio stations across the country. In 2005, she started her first podcast, Anchor in PJs, in her backyard as a way to learn more about this emerging medium. Sunny’s daily show was “discovered” by a video sharing site which earned her a job and launched her podcasting career. Today, Sunny still records many episodes in her pajamas, but now you can hear her four little kids playing in the background.
Matthew Bivens, Podcast Consultant and Coach
Matthew Bivens is the current host of the Having It A.L.L. podcast and the co-host of the Doing It At Home podcast (with his wife Sarah). One is about living your most rocking life, and the other is about having babies at home — guess which one landed him on Parents On Demand! As a podcaster, Matthew’s shows have raked in close to 2 million downloads and have ranked in the top 20 of Apple Podcasts in Self Help and Health. As a podcast coach, Matthew has worked with entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations of all types to help them use podcasting to expand their reach, connect with their target audience and grow their business. Before podcasting, Matthew was in digital marketing, helping businesses grow online through a combination of smart content and marketing automation. Since 2010, he’s been making content that has been attracting people’s attention, and he’s excited to bring his passion and experience to the POD community! You can learn more about Matthew on his website www.MatthewBivens.com.
The Parents On Demand Network relies on a team of experienced advisors to influence important decisions, encourage growth, and preserve the network as a valuable resource for families around the world.
Dr. Mike Patrick is a board-certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is also an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and an Attending Physician with the Section of Emergency Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. He has more than 20 years of experience helping kids in a variety of settings, including primary care offices, summer camps, emergency departments and urgent care centers. Dr. Mike also has a background in broadcasting, serving as a skating rink and radio DJ before heading off to medical school. He started PediaCast in 2006 as a supplemental source of pediatric information for his patients. Today, with more than 2 million downloads and listeners in all 50 states and more than 100 countries, PediaCast has grown into the most-listened-to pediatric audio program in the world.
Lisa Druxman is the founder of FIT4MOM, author of LEAN Mommy, creator of Stroller Strides and host of The Empowered Mama podcast. She is a thought leader in entrepreneurship and life balance for moms. Through all of her programs, Lisa helps women find their strength for motherhood. She is a well-published author and was the exclusive writer for Entrepreneur’s online Mompreneur column. She has received numerous awards, including Business Owner Of The Year from the National Association of Women Business Owners and Program Director Of The Year from IDEA, the world’s largest fitness association for fitness professionals. Lisa has been featured numerous times on programs such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN and more. A noted speaker and author, she is motivating moms to be healthy so they can raise healthy kids in a healthy world.
Jeanne Faulkner is an author, blogger, writer, editor, mother, registered nurse and host of the popular podcast Common Sense Pregnancy, Parenting & Politics. She was Senior Writer for Every Mother Counts, a global maternal health advocacy organization and a consultant, writer and editor for The World Bank and Choices in Childbirth (national maternal health non-profit organization). Jeanne has more than 25 years experience working as a registered nurse in obstetrics, labor and delivery and neonatal care. She’s been writing professionally since 2002, contributing articles about women’s and maternal health, medicine, food, feminism, travel and lifestyle issues to many magazines, newspapers and websites including the Huffington Post, Fit Pregnancy and others.