Sandy Hook Mom Michele Gay on Motherhood Talk Radio with Sandra Beck


Sandra Beck of Motherhood Talk Radio interviews Michele Gay. Michele Gay is a mother, former teacher, and now one of the founders of Safe and Sound: A Sandy Hook Initiative.  Listen now:

After losing her daughter, Josephine Grace on December 14, 2012, she chose to take action as an advocate for improved school security and safety in our nation’s schools. Michele’s background as a teacher and involved parent, along with her personal loss and post tragedy perspective, have left her uniquely positioned to help school communities prevent tragedy, and better prepare and respond in the event of an emergency in their own schools. Michele holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Towson University and a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from McDaniel College. She taught at the elementary level in Maryland and Virginia public schools before staying home to raise her three daughters and advocate for the special needs of her youngest daughter, Josephine. Michele is dedicated to honoring Josephine in her work to make schools in our country more safe and secure.  To learn more how to keep your school safe and pass this site on to you teacher friends, room moms, teachers and administrators check out:

Motherhood Talk Radio with over 126 one-hour episodes gives listeners the opportunity to hear in-depth interviews conducted by host Sandra Beck with experts on the topics that concerns mother’s most: children, health, fitness, aging, wellness, education, safety and style.  In 2014, Motherhood Talk Radio garnered 2,076,114 listens verified through Toginet Radio, Itunes and RSS Feed Syndication making it one of the most popular Motherhood Shows on the Internet Today.

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