Alison Rhodes, Safety Mom

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Alison Rhodes, also known as the Safety Mom, has exploded onto the national scene as the preeminent voice on kid's safety, wellness and healthy living. She is always on the lookout for the issues facing all children - newborns to teens as well as the entire family.

While Alison's career began as a response to the death of her first child, over the years Alison has expanded her career platform to include the gamut of issues facing children today from the importance of healthy eating and an active lifestyle to cyber-bullying and toy safety. Alison believes that a child's parents are their greatest safety advocate and coaches parents that when it comes to dealing with their children, it's important to be parents first and friends second.

Alison provides tips and advice to parents on a broad range of issues. Her ability to connect with parents in a down-to-earth, uplifting and engaging manner while providing important parenting information has made Alison a sought-after guest on many national television shows including The Today Show, Fox & Friends, CNN International, CNBC Squawk Box and The Doctors. Alison has also been featured in a variety of publications and websites including American Baby Magazine, Parents, BabyTalk, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times,, and Expectant Mother Magazine.

Everyday she offers her insight and tips to readers on her blog, The Safety Chronicles and on other popular parenting sites such as Parenting Weekly and Baby Weekly.

Over the years, Alison has worked as a spokesperson for numerous clients including SC Johnson, Crest, Symantec Technologies, Schlage Locks, Evenflo, Safety First, and Lands End among others.

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