Originally presented as a Putnam Indian Field School (PIFS) Speaker Series, Greenwich Moms is excited to share this engaging conversation with New York Times bestselling author, Eve Rodsky.
Eve Rodsky transformed a “blueberries breakdown” into a catalyst for social change when she applied her Harvard trained background in organizational management to ask the simple yet profound question: What would happen if we treated our homes as our most important organizations? Her New York Times bestselling book and Reese’s Book Club Pick, Fair Play, a gamified life-management system that helps partners rebalance their domestic workload and reimagine their relationship, has elevated the cultural conversation about the value of unpaid labor and care. In her highly anticipated follow-up, Find Your Unicorn Space: Reclaim Your Creative Life in a Too-Busy World, Rodsky explores the cross-section between the science of creativity, productivity, and resilience. Described as the ‘antidote to physical, mental and emotional burnout,’ Rodsky aims to inspire a new narrative around the equality of time and the individual right to personal time choice that influences sustainable and lasting change on a policy level.
Rodsky uses her background in business management to rethink domestic life. She has many exciting partnerships in the works, including one with Hello Sunshine, Reese Witherspoon’s women-focused media and production company.
Eve was interviewed by her friend, PIFS parent and professional correspondent/producer, Natalie Sarraf Schiro, who has interviewed everyone from Oprah to Sir Elton John, to Angelina Jolie. Natalie is a full service producer and correspondent who works with a variety of networks, movie studios, production companies and ad agencies to create short form videos across multi-platforms. Natalie recently moved to Greenwich with her husband and children. Visit Natalie’s website to learn more!