|Cori Howard, Founder and Instructor
The Momoir Project was started by Cori Howard, an award-winning journalist who has worked in newspapers, magazines, television and radio, filing stories from across the world. Her writing (much of it personal essays on motherhood) has appeared in publications including The National Post, The Globe and Mail, New York Times' Motherlode, Huffington Post, Canadian Geographic, Maclean's, Chatelaine, Reader's Digest, Best Health and Today's Parent. She is the editor of the bestselling anthology, Between Interruptions: Thirty Women Tell the Truth about Motherhood and started The Momoir Project to offer mothers a chance to discover their voice and the confidence necessary to believe that the seemingly mundane details of our day-to-day lives matter – and make compelling stories. Her classes give women writing skills, insight and community, but they also pave the way for a journey of self-discovery unlike any other. To read what some of her students have to say about the classes, please check out the Testimonials.