Sharon Duke Estroff is the author of the popular parenting book, Can I Have a Cell Phone for Hanukkah?: (Broadway Books,2007). She is a feature writer for numerous national publications including Woman's Day, Good Housekeeping, and Parents magazines. Sharon is the managing editor of the Journal of Family Life, and a parenting blogger for Huffington Post. Her work is particularly focused on the impact of modern technology on the lives of millennial children. Her popular "Undercover Mom" blog and website gives parents the inside scoop on some of the hottest online destinations for kids.
Sharon is an award-winning teacher with nearly two decades of teaching experience in Atlanta public and private schools. She is an educational consultant with Perimeter Educational and Psychological Services.
She earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees. at Emory University and conducted post graduate research at Duke University.
She speaks regularly to parenting
audiences nationwide about the unique task of raising children in a digital age.
Sharon lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband, four school-age children, and Wonder Dogs, Bailey and Mattie.
SHARON DUKE ESTROFF
Sharon Duke Estroff is an award-winning educator and author of "Can I Have a Cell Phone for Hanukkah? (Random House, 2007). Her parenting articles appear in over 100 publications including Scholastic Parent and Child, Parents, Good Housekeeping, and Woman's Day. She is a parenting blogger for Huffington Post. Sharon is the creator of CHALLENGE ISLAND enrichment classes, camps, and birthday parties which provide imagination-fueled learning adventures to children while fostering their critical and creative thinking skills.