Beth and her husband, Joe, met in Oklahoma but were quickly transplanted to Texas in pursuit of full-time ministry. Mama to three perfectly unique and spunky girls, she spends her time adventuring in the day-to-day. She loves Jesus, all the plants, and sipping coffee while listening to other people’s stories. Read some of them, and her own thoughts on the joys and trials of faith and parenting at Psalm One Twenty Six. Or follow her on Instagram. Beth joined the team as the community sponsorship coordinator in March 2018, but now works as a co-host for the Momfessions Podcast.
Emily YCEO & Momfessions Co-host
Since 1999, Emily has worked in various aspects of the publishing industry: curriculum, magazines, books, and newspapers. She first became involved with Fort Worth Moms in 2013 as a contributing writer. She became the managing editor in 2014. Twelve months later, she became the sole owner of Fort Worth Moms. She is also a co-host for the Momfessions Podcast. In 2014, she co-authored and released Legendary Locals of Fort Worth. She has also co-written a Bible study, Grace in the Empty Spaces. She also enjoys gardening, yard sales, and drinking Dr. Pepper.
Originally from North Carolina, Dominique is the proudest member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie class of ’04 (Whoop!) who married a fellow Aggie. Dominique has worked on multiple political campaigns, as a project manager for a global medical publishing company and most recently also works in a local elementary school as a K-5 reading and math tutor. Dominique has two incredible and busy boys. In her free time (hah!) she enjoys baking, being outdoors in the sun, and visiting Aggieland any chance she gets.
Kate Eschbach writes a lifestyle legacy blog named Songs Kate Sang and is a professional photographer. She enjoys handwritten correspondence, and may break out into musical numbers at any time. She and her husband Brian are fightin' Texas Aggie class of '97 and were married in '99. They have five children with a 17 year age span. She is a Texas girl who recently returned from living in Arizona for 12 wonderful (and hot!) years. Kate writes from the heart about adoption, fostering, and miscarriage. She is passionate about encouraging and serving others.
Emily MFinancial Manager
Emily M grew up in Katy, Texas. She came to Fort Worth to attend TCU, where she met her husband. They married in 2009 and have a daughter, Ellie (2012) and son, Brody (2015). Emily has experience in many administrative roles, and currently assists several small businesses with various needs, ranging from bookkeeping to social media oversight and many things in between. Emily loves to read, cook, be outdoors, and listen to music.
Katie moved from Washington State to the Fort Worth area in 2013 with her husband, Jason. They live in Willow Park where they're raising their two kids, Millie (2017) and Colter (2020), on a small ranchette with horses, dogs, chickens, a cat, and a goldfish (that's been replaced a few times). Katie is a freelance writer and editor with more than 10 years experience in the magazine industry.
Kristy is a pastor's wife, insanely busy mom of five, and a multitasking writer. Unless she's lost in a pile of books, you'll likely find her brainstorming at her lifestyle blog: Simply Kristy Lynn. Kristy is also the resource director for Fort Worth Moms. When she's not reading or writing, Kristy enjoys shopping, running, and watching British movies with her husband, Jeremy. You can find Kristy on Facebook and Instagram @SimplyKristyLynn.
As a native Fort Worthian, Elizabeth loves Fort Worth. She and her husband, Will, have two children who are absolute gems. She is a research analyst at Tarrant County College – access to education is a passion of hers. When not working or playing with her kids, she is running. Elizabeth competed in the 2016 and 2020 marathon Olympic trials, she and her children held the 10K double stroller Guinness World record for a hot second, and she has won each Cowtown Marathon distance - 5K to 50K.
Lauren SSponsorship & Social Media Director & PR
Lauren is an adventure seeking go-getter with a heart for cultivating community and a passion for cheering on women in the trenches of motherhood. Lauren and her husband, Sam, moved to Texas in 2014 and immediately fell in love with Fort Worth. After some struggles with infertility, they welcomed their first son home in 2016 and their second son home in 2019. Lauren took on her role at FWM in January 2017. Currently, she works as sponsorship + social media director, and pr and marketing coordinator for FWM. Lauren leads our sponsorship team, keeps our social media pages up and running, and works hard to connect local businesses and moms with the extensive resources FWM provides. Follow Lauren's daily #momlife adventures on her Instagram.
SarahSocial Media Coordinator
Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sarah met her husband in college where they were both pursuing music degrees. After several fast-paced years in New York City, they settled in the Fort Worth area in 2013. Their greatest adventure began in early 2019 with the birth of their daughter Eleanor. Sarah currently works in the real estate industry. She enjoys practicing yoga, watching "bad" tv, perusing restaurant menus online, and pretending she can cook and host like the Barefoot Contessa. Sarah is a social media coordinator for Fort Worth Moms.
SuzyCommunity Groups Coordinator
Suzy was born and raised in Arlington. She comes from a big family. As the oldest of six, Suzy has always been the mama bear to friends and family alike. She is happily married to her best friend of 10 years, and they have two young children, Aurora (2016) and Benjamin (2019). Suzy has been a youth services librarian for 10 years, at the moment she is taking a break from libraries to stay home and raise her two littles. Her husband, who is her hero, is a firefighter/paramedic. Suzy is always up for a new adventure when not busy juggling work life and wife/mom life. She is a lover of good coffee, curling up in a comfy spot with a good book, watching re-runs of Friends, lifting weights, baking, and trying new food around the metroplex.