Meet the 2013 Supermoms and Superdads

Meet the 2013 Supermoms and Superdads

We have an amazing roster of more than fifty moms, dads, and other caregivers who took Washington by storm. Hailing from 25 states, each supermom and superdad has a unique story to tell about why we need to stop overusing antibiotics on industrial farms, including moms who almost lost children to antibiotic-resistant infections and pediatricians who fight superbugs every day.

Click on the names below to learn more.

supermom_adamsYolanda Adams
Racine, WI
supermom_aidellsBruce Aidells
Kensington, CA
supermom_balckomCarrie Balkcom
Denver
supermom_barlowJeremy Barlow
Nashville
supermom_barnetMary Kathryn Barnet
Myersville, MD
supermom_birminghamDiane Birmingham
Denver
supermom_brinkmanLori Brinkman
Minnesota
supermom_buchananAmanda Buchanan
Weiser, ID
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Brittany Chin
Greenville, SC
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Dr. Cecilia Di Pentima
Nashville
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K. Bartlett Durand
Black Earth, WI
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Esperanza Gonzalez
Round Lake Beach, IL
supermom_goodpastureDiana Goodpasture
Akron, Ohio
supermom_gottliebMichelle Gottlieb
Marblehead, MA
supermom_gouldRobert M. Gould
San Francisco
supermom_grabaMary Graba
Champlin, MN
supermom_harperRock Harper
Alexandria, VA
supermom_jharrisJenni Harris
Bluffton, GA
Will Harris
Will Harris
Bluffton, GA
supermom_hedin_newAmanda Hedin
Minneapolis
supermom_herbert1Lauren Herbert
Eugene, OR
supermom_hittingerGrant Hittinger
Bethlehem, PA
supermom_margie_kellyMargie Kelly
Chicago
supermom_kentAlyssa Kent
Fairfield, CT
supermom_kimJanice Kim
Oakland, CA
supermom_kblockDevora Kimelman-Block
Silver Spring, MD
supermom_klieverCourtney Kliever
Sherwood, OR
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Ken Koehler
Old Orchard Beach, ME
supermom_lutsepMarja Lutsep
New York City
  
supermom_macario_2013Everly Macario
Chicago
supermom_madsenCindy and Vic Madsen
Audubon, Iowa
   
supermom_amckinnonArica McKinnon
Owings Mills, MD
supermom_mcnallyRachel McNally
Cranston, RI
  
supermom_millikenMary Sue Milliken
Santa Monica, CA
  
supermom_mirmanDana Mirman
Naples, FL
  
supermom_mosesJanelle Moses
Wapato, WA
supermom_newlandJason Newland
Kansas City, MO
supermom_nobleMarilyn Noble
Denver
  
supermom_oakesNancy Oakes
San Francisco
  
supermom_persmarkAnna Persmark
North Field, MN
  supermom_reusingAndrea Reusing
Chapel Hill, NC
supermom_riveraMaggie Rivera
Crystal Lake, IL
   
supermom_robertsMarilyn Roberts
Seattle
  
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Dan Rosenthal
Chicago
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Lin Rosenthal
Chicago
  
supermom_rosmannRosmann Family
Harlan, Iowa
  
supermom_schmidtDiane Schmidt
Chicago
supermom_spitzJennifer Amdur Spitz
Chicago
supermom_sam_spitz2Sam Spitz
Chicago
supermom_sprinkleRobert H. Sprinkle
College Park, MD
  
supermom_tammaPranita Tamma
Baltimore
  
supermom_thompsonLynn Thompson
Osseo, WI
  
supermom_wadsworthDanielle Wadsworth
Lewiston, ME
supermom_whisnantPatricia Whisnant
Doniphan, MO
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