I am thrilled to share this honor with several other Wonder Women Bloggers who also speak out on behalf of girls.
Included were Amy Jussel, the one-woman think-tank behind Shaping Youth, a website devoted to looking at media and marketing, how it influences kids and how we can change it.
Peggy Kolm, the woman behind Women in Science: Past, Present and Future , which focuses on women in science and engineering professions.
Melissa Wardy, owner of Pigtail Pals: Redefine Girly, who writes about issues relating to girls and also puts out a powerful wardrobe for young fashionistas.
Barbara F. Meltz, who writes Boston.com Moms Child Caring: Parenting News & Advice and author of Put Yourself in Their Shoes: Understanding How Your Children See the World.
Nancy Gruver should have included herself on the list for giving girls their own voice in the media. Nancy uses New Moon Girls to teach girls many invaluable lessons, including that there is tremendous power in creating their own media, instead of passively consuming marketing-driven media.
Tracee Sioux is a Law of Attraction Coach at www.traceesioux.com. She is the author of Love Distortion: Belle, Battered Codependent and Other Love Stories. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.