Lindsay blogs by day as Winterbuzz at Feminist Mormon Housewives and records podcasts by night for the fMh podcast. She is a photo editor, preschool teacher and mother of three kids. She currently resides in Zion and loves to hear herself talk.
Alyssa is excited to be involved with the FMH podcast as it circumscribes a lot of her personal interests and hobbies into one great whole: feminism, scholarship, Mormon studies, and media. She received a dual Bachelor’s degree in English Teaching and Media Arts Studies from BYU and a Master’s degree in English at the University of Utah. She started out pursuing her PhD program in Film Studies, but was beguiled into pursuing a career as a corporate sell-out and dropped out. Eventually, she realized she couldn’t stay away from academia for long and she currently works as a lecturer at Utah Valley University teaching night classes. In the daytime, she takes care of her two young boys, which is challenging but rewarding.
Kaimi is a legal academic who writes about rights and sometimes about rites. It’s a riot.
Kaimi is a fan of punditry, punctuality, punk-rock, and punitive damages. He blogs intermittently or interminably, whichever comes first. He enjoys cooking with garlic and cooking with children.
Lisa is founder and beneficent tyrant of Feminist Mormon Housewives. She can’t spell, so if you’re one of those red ink nazi’s, just back off!
Malia is a Lamanite. She likes cute boys, clothes, and fighting the patriarchy.
Behind the Scenes Crew
Emily was born and raised in Washington State. She home schooled through high school and aspired to be a studio recording engineer. Through mistake or fortune, she ended up attending BYU where she pursued a BS degree in Sociology, and a minor in Computers and the Humanities because studio recording classes were only available for music majors, (although she did manage to sneak into a one semester of recording engineering class). During college she gained a passion for web design, and pursued it as a hobby. Her current passions are music of all types, studying computer game design, playing Minecraft with her son, and getting more skilled at computer programming. She’s held management positions in retail stores, done computer application support and rolled out EMR systems in a community health care organization, and been published twice as an FMH contributor. She currently works part time at Aggdata.com as a data extraction engineer, and is a full time mom.
Amber has lived all over the western US and is a recent transplant to the Real Zion (i.e. Missouri). She is a stay-at-home mom to three kids who amuse her with their witty commentary about dirt, PBS, and growing up. She is as passionate about feminism as she is about avoiding housework. When she isn’t burning food, she writes at Making the Moments Count.