That’s Total Mom Sense is the Official Podcast Partner for Mom 2.0, powered by Rode and produced by Briton Media. We are featuring on-site interviews with keynote speakers, attendees and sponsors, IG lives, and highlights from the summit. Mom 2.0 gathers influencers and leaders who create content online and on-air in parenting, entertainment, food, politics, business, marketing, technology, social change, travel, and design.

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Mom 2.0 on Thats Total Mom Sense with Kanika Chadda-Gupta

Marketing, Media, & Motherhood in the Digital Age

Kanika interviews Mom 2.0 husband and wife duo John and Carrie Pacini on the genesis of the annual summit and community. During her live podcast with author, educator, and advocate Jen Hatmaker, they discuss her opening keynote which had everyone in the room feeling seen and understood as well as her podcast, For the Love, and cookbook, Feed These People. She also chatted with attendees Frenchi Ferenczi and Tosha Schore on building their thriving coaching businesses catering to women in business and parents raising mindful children.

Danielle Cabral on Thats Total Mom Sense with Kanika Chadda-Gupta

Fame, Family, & Fashion

Kanika opens this episode by sharing her personal story living in the “sandwich generation” as a mom of three (including twins) and caregiving for her mother who has dementia. She is later joined by Danielle Cabral, star of Real Housewives of New Jersey, for an on stage keynote interview to talk about motherhood, fame, and the challenges of being on reality TV. They discuss the importance of support from their tribe and dealing with criticism from fans on social media. Their conversation is real, poignant, funny and heartwarming.

Austin Channing Brown on Thats Total Mom Sense with Kanika Chadda-Gupta

The Role of Prominent Black Voices in Education for Anti-Racism

During this on stage keynote, moderator Tabitha St. Bernard Jacobs, a Trinidadian-American mom, artist, writer, and thought leader, interviews Austin Channing Brown, NY Times bestselling author of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness and founder/CEO of Herself Media. Together, they unpack the everyday challenges black mothers face, how we can navigate conversations with our children on race and explain the complexities in our society today. Brown highlights the messy and risky nature of racial justice work, where there are no guaranteed approaches without facing trouble or dislike from others.


The Power of Community to Drive Change

In this episode, speaker, facial plastic surgeon, and New York Times Magazine “Super Doctor” award winner Dr. Eunice Park talks about the importance of self-care and how we can be truly healthy from the inside out. Activist and entrepreneur Deepti Sharma shares how she launched Food to Eat during the pandemic, connecting immigrant-owned restaurants with catering opportunities with corporates and assisting frontline workers in the process. Jenny Wu of helps support parents who have children with learning differences. Journalist and Forbes contributor Amy Shoenthal shares how storytelling can solve society’s problems. Gwendolyn Smith of Aura talks about how we can use cybersecurity and parental controls to keep children safe from the dangers online.


Finding Joy in the Process

Ingrid Michaelson sits down with Kanika at the Mom 2.0 Summit in Nashville to discuss her journey as a singer/songwriter, grieving the loss of her parents, the launch of The Notebook musical on Broadway, and how to find joys in the ups and downs in life.


Content Trends, Forecasts, and Growth Strategies for Your Brand

When we look at the parenting industry, as creators and mothers, it feels uber saturated and overwhelming. Kanika moderates a panel with community leaders on how we can scale our brands, grow on trending social media platforms like Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok, and build our online courses and serve our audiences in the most authentic way.

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