About Amy Allen Clark & MomAdvice.com
About Amy Clark
Amy Allen Clark has been
the driving force behind MomAdvice.com since 2004. In addition to running a successful
community for women and running after her kids, she has served as spokesperson for
Minute Maid, Walmart,
Cascade, Glade, Cheer and is currently the home management "genius" for Kenmore.
Amy also has appeared in various media outlets such as The Early Show, Parents Magazine,
Redbook, Martha Stewart's Everyday Food, MSN Money, and the New York Times.
Amy is currently working on her first book and is available as a contributing writer,
speaker, or spokesperson for your brand.
Print & Television Coverage
- Martha Stewart's Everyday Food
- MSN Money
- The Housekeeping Channel
- The Dollar Stretcher
Brand Campaigns & Spokesperson Work
- Savvy Blogger Summit Keynote
- Mind of Moms
- Parents Magazine Power Mom
- Neilson 50 Power Moms
- "50 of the Most Powerful and Influential Women in Social Media"
- Michiana 40 Under Forty
MomAdvice is a community for women that are looking for ways to stay
organized, stay sane, and stay within their budget. MomAdvice founder, Amy Allen
Clark, was searching for information on problems that arise in a mother's every
day life, but could not find a site out there that catered to everything that she
was looking for. Amy decided to pool talents with her web designer husband and create
a site that offered this information for mothers and a safe web community where
mothers could chat. With this vision, and her husband’s knack for design, MomAdvice
MomAdvice was officially launched on January 1, 2004. MomAdvice receives
visitors from all over the world looking for information on topics such as these
and they also offer a forum where members can discuss and share their own tips with
We here at MomAdvice continue to expand our site and we look forward
to providing more useful services to our community in the future.