Charlotte Gochnauer – Homeschool Review Crew Manager

Charlotte lives in Northern California with her best friend, who also happens to be her husband of 25 years. As a second generation homeschooler, teaching their four children has been a main part of her life. Her son and two daughters have graduated from high school and have moved on to college and beyond, so she is enjoying the one-on-one time with her youngest daughter, who is in high school. When not schooling she is busy with 4-H lambs and goats, reading, cooking and spending time with her family and church. You can find Charlotte’s blog at Joyful Hearts and Faces.

Tess Hamre –  Single Product Reviews Manager and Review Quality Manager for Homeschool Review Crew

Tess had planned to balance a semi-professional career in theatre with being a wife and mother. God had other plans. She and her husband John have been married for 25 years and have four amazing daughters. She was first introduced to the idea of home education when her oldest daughter was a mere 14 months old. Three of her daughters have graduated their home school but Tess continues to home educate her medically fragile, special needs, miracle girl. Tess joined the crew in June 2010 as it began its 3rd year. She lives in wet, rainy, but beautiful western Washington with her family. You can find Tess blogging at: Circling Through This Life.

Kristen Heider- Homeschool Review Crew Social Media Manager
Kristen is a housewife and mother to a teen stepson and two younger children. She is a certified social studies teacher and has worked as a volunteer at a National Park site, in the education department of a metropolitan zoo, and as a high school history teacher. Kristen has maintained a blog where she relates her family’s learning experiences at since 2015. A Mom’s Quest to Teach is a regular column covering elements of teaching and learning (with an eye towards homeschooling), parenting, crafting, and all of the discoveries, joys, and daily roller coaster rides that occur while being a mom.

"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).