In the current emotionally-charged political environment, this #BossMama is working to teach people how to come together. Sarah Eisenberg, a clinical social worker by day, recently launched Bridging the Divide, a workshop designed to "help individuals learn the skills to communicate more productively with people of different political and cultural beliefs, and advocate for change in their families and communities."
The mother of one has worked on the Women's March Michigan leadership team for the past two years, and through her role as a social worker, provide services and advocacy for the transgender community. "I'm hustling as hard as I can, 24/7, in metro Detroit," she told us.
As many mamas know all too well, emotional labor is often some of the most difficult (and least compensated) work, and Sarah says she's grateful for her role as a mother and wife that helps give her the foundation to be out there fighting for peace and justice day in and day out.
Here's what Sarah told us:
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