Features & panels



The REturnity Project (TRP): feature story, jan 17

Excerpt: TRP: “You recently held an event at The Motherhood Center in New York with over 40 women, where they all talked about mental health, their sex lives, their feelings about their postpartum bodies, and deep-rooted biases they experienced in the workplace. What do you think inspires these women to open up and talk about their experiences?” ABC:  “I think, as an organizer, I make it really clear that the intention of the evening is to share, and that the space is one in which they will not be judged. But you can’t just come out of nowhere, as a stranger, and ask people to tell you their secrets. You have to build a trust.” Read the rest here.



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Announcement! I’ve been chosen — along with some incredible women — to speak at the April 2019 Mom 2.0 Summit in Austin. I’m teaming up with Motherhood Understood and Hello My Tribe to talk about “Collaboration over Competition.”


Tips By Trimester Event, Oct 13

I had the opportunity to moderate a frank and open discussion on the evolution of the Mom Bod with some stylish panelists. Read more here:



“Alexis Barad-Cutler is known for her honest and raw take on motherhood and pregnancy. She is an author, freelance writer, and the founder of Not Safe For Mom Group (NSFMG).” Read the rest here.


milk podcast Episode #44: Aerial yoga, Writing Your Feelings and Not Safe For Mom Group (NSFMG) with Writer Alexis Barad-Cutler, dec 26

I join Mallory in the Moms I’d Like to Know (MILK) Studio. The MILK Podcast talks to moms with honesty and humor about what it's like to evolve as a person after becoming a mother. MILK’s conversations help women feel less isolated, less competitive, and more tethered to each other. Listen to the episode here.


Rockaway Baby SAHMxStories, Oct.

RB: “Give us a personal or professional background about your life before staying home.” ABC: “My pre-baby career was in children’s book publishing. I spent over a decade as an editor, working my way up to running the New York arm of a French children’s book company.” Read the rest here.


supportful’s “Raising a supportful generation” event, nov 30

For Supportful’s inaugural event, I participated in a panel discussion about helping our children make sense of empathy, and their responsibility to translate that empathy into action.


I Will Not Be Quiet: nsfmg StoRYTelling workshop , Nov 9

During the November meeting of community group, I Will Not Be Quiet, I was featured as the special guest to lead a storytelling workshop. I led the group through a loving dialogue around how we can use and channel our anger, frustration, and trauma to share a personal and compelling message.