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Denise Albert

Denise Albert is an award-winning journalist and television producer and a #fulltimeworkingstayathomemom #HappilyDivorced, #FutureCancerSurvivor (and #Survivor) “independent” mom of two boys.

She is the co-founder of the mulit-platform brand, The Moms. Denise was the Co-Host of The MOMS on SiriusXM Stars and Founder of The MOMS brand of Mamarazzi® events – a unique event that brings together celebrity moms with moms across the country for a conversation about motherhood.

Denise currently contributes online to GoodHousekeeping.com where she writes about her on-going journey with Breast Cancer. Denise wrote her first piece about her diagnosis for People.com in January 2016. She has contributed to The Huffington Post Parents and The Huffington Post Divorce, where she wrote a series called, “Divorce Diaries”.

Prior to The Moms, Denise co-founded Moms and the City, where she hosted and produced a television show within the NBC family, and wrote for the NY Daily News online, BabyCenter.com and MetroUS Newspapers.

Denise also served as Executive Producer for David Blaine and President of David Blaine Productions, Deputy Editorial Producer at ABC’s Good Morning America and a feature reporter for NBA-TV. Denise began her television career at Inside Edition where she produced a special series and lived in jail for almost a week with host Deborah Norville. Denise and her partner Melissa also serve as “spokesmoms” for many national household brands and Denise currently speaks and moderates panels at many Breast Cancer related events including Susan G. Komen, Lolly's Locks and worked with Ford's Warriors In Pink.

She attended Boston University, where she also co-hosted a sports talk show on WTBU Radio.

Denise is the fifth member of her family to enter the world of broadcasting, following father Marv, uncles Al and Steve, and brother Kenny. Twin brother Brian is also an entrepreneur and sister Jackie is a chef.

Denise is a better mom because she works and a better worker because she’s a mom (and able to do it all because of her mom, Benita) Denise lives in NYC with her two boys, Jaron and Jaylan.