Join us on Episode 008 of the Korean American Parenting Podcast, where Dr. Cho share her thoughts on one of her most passionate topics. We are then joined by author and creator Katie Cadamatre, founder of Tigerboom Creative, a new Korean language learning
Join us on Episode 008 of the Korean American Parenting Podcast, where Dr. Cho share her thoughts on one of her most passionate topics. We are then joined by author and creator Katie Cadamatre, founder of Tigerboom Creative, a new Korean language learning resource.
Learn more about Katie and her work at www.TigerboomCreative.com
Support Katie's "Let's Clean // 청소하자" Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tigerboom/lets-clean-up
Submit questions to Dr. Cho to be answered on future episodes of Korean American Parenting Podcast!https://bit.ly/KAPP-ask
// Meet Katie Cadamatre:
Before becoming a mom, I spent nearly a decade illustrating and designing for corporate apparel brands. You may have seen my work on your Hollister t-shirt or your nephew’s Gymboree pajamas. Eventually, I began freelancing and lending my skills to a wider range of clients like Edition Hotels and Glow Recipe. I might have drawn on your Stuart Weitzman shoes or personalized artwork for you at Cartier.
I was born in Seoul, but adopted when I was three months old. Growing up, I didn’t have a lot of exposure to Korean culture (or, really any Asian culture for that matter.)In college, I spent nine months in Seoul at EWHA Women’s University. I made lifelong friends and travel back to Korea often. My parents came with me on my most recent trip. Being part of their first experience in my birth country (while I was pregnant!) was incredibly special.
Exposing my son to Korean was important from the beginning. But, the more I tried to find resources, the more frustrated I became. What little I could find was mostly for native speakers (and usually included an expensive import mark-up.)Where were the books and activities for Korean-Americans, adoptees like me, or families with mixed backgrounds?!(Source: TigerboomCreative.com)
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//Meet your co-hosts of the Korean American Parenting Podcast!Dr. Jang Cho
is a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist. She received her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed her psychiatry residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in New York City and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. Dr. Cho is passionate about treatment, education and advocacy for mental health of Asian Americans and has given talks in various seminars and conferences, both locally and nationally. She is a co-founder and a co-chair for Asian Caucus of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and a faculty member of the MGH Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness. During her down time, Dr. Cho enjoys living in rural Washington state and navigating the challenges of raising her bicultural young daughter. She is delighted to share her journey - both the joy and the tribulation- of motherhood with everyone through this podcast.
She is a mother to an amazing four-year old daughter and together with her husband reside in Washington state.
Connect with Jang:Jerry Won
is the Founder & CEO of Just Like Media, a podcast company dedicated to sharing Asian American stories. He is the host of Dear Asian Americans and is producer of The Janchi Show, MBAsians, and Asian Podcast Network. Jerry is also the head of Beyond the Resumes, a podcast and community platform bringing career and life advice for the global, modern professional. Prior to podcasts, Jerry was an account director and WeWork and Senior Strategy Consultant at Accenture, roles he worked after earning his MBA at Michigan Ross. Between undergrad at USC and Michigan, he spent 10 years working in sales and marketing roles in various industries. His passion is to share Asian American stories and to normalize talking about many of the things we weren't encouraged to do growing up.
He is father to a three-year old son and one-year old daughter and together his wife Kyung live in Southern California.
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