Jennika Ingram is a journalist, researcher, scriptwriter, and humorist.
She writes to impact and create social change for women and their families.
Jennika is a staff reporter for the Palisadian-Post newspaper, Venice Living Magazine, 90272 Magazine and has a feature in Maria Shriver's Sunday Paper. Her book Mom's Turn was granted a Moms' Choice Award in 2020.
She's been interviewed on "Good Day, Sacramento," "New Day, Northwest," "Afternoon Live," "All In With Bryan Weatherford," "Reading With Your Kids" podcast and more...
Based in Venice Beach, California, and Vancouver, BC, she is a proud dual citizen of the United States and Canada.
"As a never-married no kids single professional woman you had me giggling at the exploits of mothers. Equally, the sad tales hit the mark and a new appreciation for the 'other' side of childbirth. I found it saucy, informative, heart-rending and so clever. You held my attention and educated me from page to page." Eileen Hendry, Retired Psychologist
"Mom's Turn Journal is a Mom's Choice Award Gold Award winner! This is a powerful resource for new Mom's." Nicola MacCameron, Hendre Book Services
"This is a fantastic resource that every mom and soon to be mom should have. Jennika Ingram has taken the traditional new mom’s memory book / journal to a whole new level." Jed Doherty review on Goodreads
"The pending arrival and raising of a new infant is an awe-inspiring stage of the Family Life Cycle. This is the Family Expansion stage. Whether you are coupled or single, younger or older, your family is expanding. Your parent(s) will have a new grandchild, your sibling(s) will have a new niece or nephew and you will have much more responsibility!
"Help with this new life stage is handily available thanks to Jennika Ingram’s interactive journal: Mom’s Turn. Thanks to Jennika, you are not alone in trying to do as all parents try to do, and that is raise a great kid!
"Mom’s Turn is filled with insights, suggestions, and exercises that will do wonders for your confidence and for the wellbeing of your newborn throughout the first year. Keep this book handy. A big recommend from me!" Sheldon Walker, M.S., Registered Psychologist, Clinical Fellow, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Former Advice Columnist for Canada's National newspaper: The Globe and Mail