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Amity Hook-Sopko Amity Hook-Sopko

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Full Name: Amity Hook-Sopko
Official Website: http://www.greenchildmagazine.com
Occupation: Executive Editor, Green Child Magazine

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Amity Hook-Sopko

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Amity Hook-Sopko is the Executive Editor of Green Child Magazine, the premiere online magazine for "raising your child the way nature intended" and the author of Green Gifts Guide, a book and blog dedicated to the art of meaningful celebrations and eco-friendly gift giving. She's also an attachment parenting mom of two boys, a member of the Healthy Child Healthy World blogger network, and a Humane Society volunteer.

Since having her two sons, Amity has gone from a full-time working mom... to a stay-at-home-mom... to a work-at-home-mom for the past five years. She transferred her background in Journalism, Public Relations, and Sales & Marketing into a marketing and copywriting firm where she helped small green businesses connect with their ideal audience. 

Amity wholeheartedly believes that people are more important than things, and she uses her online voice to promote fair treatment of workers, conscious green decision-making, and making a difference -- even a small one -- every day.   

Find her at Green Child Magazine http://www.greenchildmagazine.com or Green Gifts Guide  http://www.greengiftsguide.com

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