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Why Great Parents Need Great Tools

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: If you’re a parent, the world wide web can mean added stress.
Air Date: 5/29/17
Duration: 26:18
Host: Erica Spiegelman
Guest Bio: Alexandria Abramian, Content Director for Forcefield
Alex AbramianAlexandria Abramian has been a journalist and magazine editor for the past 15 years. With a degree in English literature from UCLA, Alexandria was the editor-in-chief for Modern Luxury’s Angeleno magazine for five years before becoming the company’s founding editor of its Interiors publications, which launched in four U.S. cities.

Alexandria went on to become the Home & Lifestyle editor at the Hollywood Reporter.

Most recently, Alexandria has become the Content Director for Forcefield Online, Inc., a parental monitoring app. As a mom of school age twins, she’s passionate about protecting kids from the worst of the Internet while highlighting the best of the web.

Alexandria is the editor of Forcefield’s Parent Lab blog and works on developing and implementing marketing campaigns for Forcefield. Alexandria has written about parenting for publications such as the New York Times and Hollywood Reporter, as well as a variety of regional publications.
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Why Great Parents Need Great Tools
The Internet is a powerful thing... capable of connecting us with both the latest news and with other people.

But, if you’re a parent, the world wide web can mean added stress.

From making sure your kids stay focused on homework to being aware of the photos they’re sharing and videos they’re watching, it can be hard to keep up with everything they’re taking in.

Alexandria Abramian is the content director of Forcefield, a powerful tool that helps parents and children collaborate to make being online a safe, informational and fun experience.

She discusses why being a great parent in the age of the Internet means you need a great set of tools to help keep your kids safe.

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