633 N. Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL
Kris Hey
Community Manager, Local News, Orlando Sentinel.com
My Role

Work with editors, reporters and photographers to enhance our digital content for breaking news, business, government and others within the local news team.

SEO lead and trainer for the OrlandoSentinel.com editorial staff, which includes reporters, editors and Web content managers.

Programmer of OrlandoSentinel.com's site automation.

Writer for the popular Moms at Work blog for working moms: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/blogs/moms-at-work

We can be found on twitter @momsatwork and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/OSmomsatwork
My Biography

More than 20 years of writing, editing and Web production experience (17 years working online and more than five years in management) at Florida newspapers and magazines. Writing skills range from breaking news of all kinds to real estate and economic development to features stories and blogging.
My Interests

Spending time with my family, reading, watching movies, drinking good coffee and listening to music almost constantly. Favorite artists include Depeche Mode, Kate Bush, Roger Waters, The National and Peter Gabriel. Current obsessions are Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Walking Dead, Rectify and listening to Spotify and Last.fm. Articles below include all recent Moms at Work posts from our entire team.
My Recent Articles

Outrageous advice on how to handle bullies: Don't tattle, don't be a sore loser 4/17/2014
A Lincoln, Neb., elementary school is under fire after sending home a pamphlet with fifth-graders explaining how they should handle bullies. The outrageous advice included: don't tell on the bullies, don't be a sore loser, and don't get hooked by putdowns.

Volunteering with your children: Where to go? 4/17/2014
Do you do volunteer work with your kids?

FCAT and opting out: Testing season is underway, and some parents are skipping the exams 4/16/2014
If you have a kid in a Florida public school, you know it's FCAT season, that sometimes-pressurized time when schools administer the state's high-stakes standardized tests. Even if your child didn't tell you, their school certainly did, hosting pep rallies and parades and sending home reminders about testing schedules and the need for a healthy breakfast, a good night's sleep and a prompt arrival.

How do you talk to your teenager? Any way you can 4/14/2014
Ah, the teen years. Not the easiest time to talk to your child, at a time when it's so crucial to talk to your child. So how do I talk to my 17-year-old? Any way I can.

Mom teaches son first lesson in professionalism, learns a lesson 4/10/2014
My son won a school award for academics, behavior and citizenship a little while back.