Education Editor: Anjali Joshi

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Welcome to our new Education Editor, Anjali Joshi!

Education; Anjali Joshi

Anjali Joshi, Education Editor

Anjali Joshi is a teacher turned stay-at-home mom who loves writing about her adventures of mommyhood; from tales of terror to lessons of love, she shares the not-so mundane musings of just another stay-at-home mom. What started out as a fun pass time has blossomed into so much more. Now, she writes for Huffington Post, Bay Area Parent, and her personal blog The Adventures of a New Mom.

Anjali joins the Masalamommas team with a strong background in Education. She completed her Hon.B.Sc. from University of Toronto with a Specialist in Neuroscience. She went on to complete a B.Ed. specializing in Science Education for grades K-12. As an educator, being a model learner is important to her. She continues to partake in professional development, specifically in the realm of educational technology and best practices at Stanford University.

When she’s not removing toddler-induced carpet stains, singing nonsensical songs, or writing her next blog post, she loves to dabble in the kitchen with her toddler. She runs a local cooking class for toddlers to encourage families to get their children involved in the kitchen, preparing nutritious and delicious meals. It is utter chaos, but a true delight.

Anjali is particularly excited to join the Masalamommas team because of the amazing MM community.  She is an avid reader, and looks to other readers for down-to-earth, heartfelt advice on balancing culture and motherhood in a pinterested, perfect generation of parenting. She is looking forward to providing some insight into the world of education for parents who are trying to navigate through a system that can sometimes be overwhelming.

Stay tuned for her great tips and stories coming up on our education section. You can read some of her parenting stories on masalamommas here.

Feel free to email her your questions at and follow her on twitter @theresanjali

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