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Online Programs & Events

Hello Doctoral Moms,

We are committed to your future! Since 2019, we have been offering online programs to help mothers successfully complete their doctorate programs. Throughout the year, we will host webinars, virtual conferences, training camps, writing clubs, and support groups. 

For daily support, join our 8000+ members in the Doctoral Mom Group on Facebook. This platform serves as an online forum where you can post questions regarding your program, dissertation, motherhood, career, relationships, and other topics. We can also be found on Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, and Clubhouse. 

In Fall 2021, we will be releasing a premium membership package and self-paced learning modules to help guide you through the dissertation process. 


For additional information or to collaborate on a project, feel free to contact us at

Upcoming Events

2022 Diversity Summit

Thursday, February 24, 2022

10 AM - 2 PM CT

Event Type: Virtual Conference

Doctoral Mom Incorporated invites you to the 2022 Diversity Summit. This virtual conference will highlight solutions and best practices to diversity issues impacting students, academic professionals, corporate executes, and entrepreneurs. We will take a deep dive into the social, economic, and political factors impacting every industry.

Interested to participate?

Presentations are 30-minutes followed by Q & A sessions. Interested in speaking? Submit your proposal by 01/31/2022.

Monday, February 28, 2022

12:00 PM CT

Event Type: Webinar

Getting Started: Chapter One

Learn how to conquer Chapter One of your dissertation during this interactive presentation. We will answer your dissertation questions live and provide examples of recent works to help you get started.

International Women's Month Conference

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

10:00 AM CT

Event Type: Virtual Conference

International Women's Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, political, and cultural achievements of women. This year, help us celebrate by learning about the issues that have a direct impact on the Doctoral Mom population.