Kelly Glass

Kelly GLass
Title: Editorial Director, Kindred by Parents
Education: Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Location: Chicago, IL
Expertise: Journalism, Parenting

Kelly Glass is the Editorial Director of Kindred by Parents, where she oversees the coverage that matters to the people raising the next generation of Black children.

Experience

Kelly was previously an editor at Romper and an independent journalist whose work focused on the intersections of parenting, race, health, and policy. Her bylines can be found in the New York Times, the Washington Post, What to Expect, TODAY, The Lily, Glamour, National Geographic, Scary Mommy, and more. She's also a Chicago native and mom to two boys and a rescue dog.

Education

Kelly earned her Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale in 2008.

About Parents

Parents, a Dotdash Meredith Brand, is an award-winning online resource for trustworthy, empathetic, and supportive information and inspiration for your families. We reach 9 million readers a month. Our content is written by experienced journalists, fact checked, and reviewed by our Expert Review Board for accuracy. Learn more about us and our editorial guidelines.

Latest from Kelly Glass
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Steph and Ayesha Curry with daughters Ryan and Riley
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Allyson Felix runs with her three-year old daughter, Camryn, at Athleta Presents,The Allyson Felix Race for Change on Sunday, August 7, 2022 in Los Angeles
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Kevin Hart stands in the doorway of a school bus and hands out book bags
Kevin Hart Says We Don't Talk Enough About Good Black Fathers
Chris "Ludacris" Bridges
Ludacris' 'Karma's World' Just Got Bigger—And It's Just Getting Started
Anthony Anderson
Anthony Anderson Says Growing Up Black Gave Him His Sense of Humor: 'You Have To Laugh To Keep From Crying'
Taye Diggs and Son at a gasketball game
Taye Diggs Bonds With His Son Over TikTok, But Reading Has Always Been Their Family Tradition
Students reading outside in park
Book Bans Inspire Black Students To Launch Book Clubs Featuring Black Authors
Rena Frazier and her family
EXCLUSIVE: Selling Tampa's Rena Frazier Is Pregnant With the Last Baby of the Bunch
Elaine Welteroth pregnant at outdoor restaurant
Elaine Welteroth Created the First-Time Millennial Mom Pregnancy Community She Couldn't Find
Mom and Daughter sit on bed and embrace
Black Millennial Parents Are Leaving a Legacy of Generational Health
An illustration of two hands shaking.
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Tahj, Tamera and Tia Mowry
Tia Mowry's Approach to Sibling Relationships is the Foundation for Her Varied Parenting Style
Yvonne Orji
'Insecure' Star Yvonne Orji on the Crucial Role of Aunties in Black Families
Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx on Being a Feminist Dad Raising Daughters in 'Different Times'
Kelly Rowland
Kelly Rowland on the Overlooked Way Families Can Pass Down Generational Wealth: Life Insurance
Mural of BLM Harlem Renaissance Civil Rights Protests
Anti-Racist Curriculum: How to Talk to Your Kids About Black History
Midsection of pregnant Black woman holding belly
How the Pandemic Is Changing the Conversation Around Home Birth
Isis Rose, doula, (left) shows Gillian Seals (center) how to use a birth ball while Gillian’s first daughter, Chrysalyn, watches during an in-home birth education class on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 in Urbana, Ill. During active labor, the mother is encouraged to labor out of bed, changing positions often to reduce pain.
Doulas Make a Difference for Culturally Competent Care and We Need Them in Delivery Rooms
Illo Pandemic Impact on Birth
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