About Dana Obleman
Dana Obleman is a well-known parenting expert who has been working with children and parents for nearly a decade. Her educational background includes a degree in Psychology, with a concentration on infant development and family dynamics, as well as an additional degree in Education.
Dana has made numerous television appearances, has been featured in national and local newspapers, spoken at multiple parenting trade shows and baby conventions, and co-hosted a popular parenting radio program. She was also recently invited to present a lecture on solving infant and toddler sleep problems to a convention of family doctors at one of the country’s largest medical schools. She lives on the West Coast with her husband and three children.
In creating “The Food Sense Program,” Dana partnered with Tracy Lamerton, a respected dietician who creates customized nutrition plans for infants and young children. Tracy received a degree in Dietetics from the University of British Columbia in 2000, and is a strong voice for balanced child nutrition. In addition to her busy private practice, Tracy co-facilitated the cooking program Cooking For Your Life, and is the mother of two children.
(For more information about Dana’s food philosophy for young children, you can click here.)