Brette Sember is a nationally recognized expert on parenting after divorce. She practiced law in New York where she specialized in representing children in custody and divorce cases. Since retiring from her law practice, Sember has written over 35 books including How to Parent with Your Ex, The Complete Divorce Handbook, and The Divorce Organizer and Planner. She is a legal expert for www.WomansDivorce.com, www.DoOver.com, and www.Pregnancy.org. She blogs about divorce for the Huffington Post and www.MommaSaid.net.
Sember has written about a wealth of other topics, including pregnancy, business, adoption, gay rights, seniors, children’s books, and an upcoming book about the history of cookies. She has a fun blog at www.MarthaAndMe.net where she chronicles her attempt to give her life a Martha Stewart makeover, and a new exciting blog coming soon called www.NoPotCooking.com which offers recipes that require no pots and pans! Sember is also a professional indexer, copyeditor, and ghost writer.Sember is the mother of two and lives in upstate New York. Her web site is www.BretteSember.com.
Michael J. Russer, CEO of RUSSER Communications and Managing Director for GoArmyHomes LLC is an international speaker, author and columnist about doing business online and virtual outsourcing. He is co-author (along with Christine Durst and Michael Haaren of StaffCentrix) of “Transform Your Business Using Virtual Assistants”, the first book on virtual assistants for the real estate industry.
In addition to featuring military spouse virtual assistants in that book and others, Mr. Russer was also instrumental in launching a pilot program involving military virtual assistants for HomeStore, Inc. (now Move Inc.) which runs the Realtor.com Website and its host of services. And he actively uses the services of military virtual assistants to support his own businesses.
Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on Toginet and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com . Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.