Helping working caregivers go from just surviving to sustainably thriving in all aspects of their lives.

Whitney Casares, MD, MPH, FAAP, is a practicing board-certified

pediatrician, author, speaker, and full-time working mom. Dr. Whitney

is a Stanford University-trained private practice physician whose

expertise spans the public health, direct patient care, and media

worlds. She holds a Master of Public Health in Maternal and Child

Health from The University of California, Berkeley, and a Journalism

degree from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

She is also CEO and Founder of Modern Mommy Doc and The Modern

Mamas Club App.

Dr. Whitney advocates for the success of career-driven caregivers in all

facets of their lives, guiding them toward increased focus, happiness,

and effectiveness despite the systemic challenges and inherent biases

that threaten to undermine them. She speaks nationally about her

Centered Life Blueprint, which teaches working caregivers how to pay

attention to what matters most amid pressure, at multibillion-dollar

corporations like Adidas and Nike, and at executive-level conferences.

She is a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics and

medical consultant for large-scale organizations, including Good

Housekeeping magazine, Gerber, and L’Oreal (CeraVe). Her work has

been featured in Forbes, Thrive Global, and TODAY Parenting. She is a

regular contributor to Psychology Today.

Dr. Whitney practices medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she and her

husband raise their two young daughters.


Speech Topics

All keynotes can be paired with “Centered Life Blueprint” interactive deliverables for attendees.

Reducing Stress Isn't the Work-Life Integration Solution Caregivers Really Need. Organizing It Is

Working caregivers everywhere describe their experience with one word: conflicted. If they’re great at work, they’re not  the  caregiver  they  want  to  be.  If  they’re  focused  on  their duties outside of work, work begins to suffer. And somewhere  in  all  of  this,  they’re  supposed  to  carve  out quality time for their partners, their friends, their relatives, and  themselves—not  to  mention  passion  projects  and other  responsibilities.  It’s  a  situation  that  leaves  them feeling at odds with themselves...and stressed. Their go-to way to deal with that overwhelm?  Resign themselves to a life of resentment, use coping strategies that cause even more collateral damage, subscribe to over functioning and hustle culture, or try to eliminate stress altogether. The problem is, none of those strategies actually work long-term. There’s a better way. Dr. Whitney Casares knows, because she’s been there too. But  true  change  is  possible  when  you  build  a  sustainable strategy for organizing your mental clutter and your work-life integration stress. She shares her Centered Life Framework with audiences so they can build a stress-management scaffold that moves them from surviving to THRIVING and from conflicted to centered, making them more effective, fulfilled, and aligned in their work and at home.

Go From Conflicted To Centered – Extended Series

NOTE: Learn more about this 6-Part Series here. Keynotes include:

1. Prioritizing Your Values-Based Personal and Professional Goals 

2. Developing Habits and Systems for Increasing Efficiency and Productivity as You Complete the Professional and Personal Tasks Only You Can Do

3. Automating, Delegating, and Sharing the Load So You Can be More Effective (and Experience Less Burnout) at Work and at Home

4. Setting Boundaries So You Can Balance Home, Work, and YOU Life Without the Burnout (or Baggage)

5. Saying Goodbye to the Clutter and Guilt on Your Calendar, in Your Physical Environment, and on Your To-Do List

6. Building Awareness of Your Needs, Caring for Yourself, and Banishing Burnout

Capturing the Modern Motherhood Dream: Empowering Successful Women to Win at Parenting Without Losing Themselves

Modern women face full-time pressures in the workplace, at home, and in their social circles as they start out on their motherhood journeys, often within organizational and societal constructs that don’t fully support or understand their needs.


Tempted to do and be it all, the vast majority of new mothers struggle to reach their work-life balance and self-care goals, often facing disappointment and guilt once they enter motherhood.


Career-minded women need a new paradigm for motherhood success — one that acknowledges that winning at work matters, but that working moms want to win at parenting, too (without losing themselves).


They want an approach that recognizes their commitment to finding balance and, above all, their desire to promote the social-emotional health of their kids and themselves.

Brand Endorsements & Partnerships

In addition to Dr. Whitney's keynotes, she can coordinate events geared to enhance your company or organization's brand and identity. Alongside her app and podcast (see below for more information) she can create catered content to further your core message and promote your brand.

Modern Mamas Club App

Note: This can be incorporated into Dr. Whitney's keynote series.

The Modern Mamas Club App provides daily, real-time activations for busy working moms, so they can sustainably make values-based decisions in their professional and home lives, and maintain their personal wellness long-term.


In Doing It All, Dr. Whitney shares her blueprint for achieving a centered life as a real working mom with real working mom problems. This is not about achieving a dazzling fantasy life of ease, wealth, and perfection, but a realistic life that is purposeful, organized, and aligned with your personal values. A life where you’re able to prioritize what really matters and where everything—even laundry—has its place. Work calls? Yep. Time with your kids? Absolutely. Time for yourself? A top priority (yes, you read that right!).

The Working Mom Blueprint: Winning at Parenting Without Losing Yourself

Learn how to thrive—not just survive— as a modern mom.

The New Baby Blueprint: Caring for You and Your Little One

Pediatrician and mother of two young daughters, Dr. Whitney Casares, delivers a modern, empathetic guide to preparing for a baby and those first few days, weeks, and months of being a parent.


Note: Dr. Whitney's podcast is an interactive offering that customers can couple with engagements.

Whitney Casares, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.A.P isa Stanford-trained, board-certified pediatrician, author, speaker, blogger @modernmommydoc, mom of two and avid Peloton-er. Drawing on her own experience as a working mom in the modern world, she's curated a group of expert guests to help you find the credible advice you're looking for when it comes to taking care of your child, your career and yourself.We live in an era filled with so many questions around Working Mom Life and finding balance. On the Modern Mommy Doc Podcast, you'll find the focused answers you've been looking for to truly have it all.


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