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tracyMeet Traci Manza Murphy, the “voice” of the Buzz and the Buzz’s primary editor. She started the Buzz with friend and business partner Patrick Callahan in 2007, when her daughter was 2. Her daughter’s twin brothers arrived the next winter; her husband and their three kids (now 7, 5, 5) live in Wilmington, Delaware. There are always bikes and scooters in the driveway, soccer balls in the yard, and laundry waiting for attention in the dryer. In addition to the Buzz, she is part of the fund development and membership department at Winterthur Museum.

Traci is a University of Delaware grad and proud Blue Hen. In her free time, you can find her cheering on the sidelines of Hockessin Soccer Club, reading her next Book Group book, watching tv, enjoying some down time in Dewey Beach.

Read about Traci’s adventures in working-motherhood here.

 

 

amy 2Amy Wagner Anzilotti, M.D., a Board Certified Pediatrician lives in Wilmington, DE with her husband and three school age children.  After college at Lehigh University and a brief stint in the media at C-SPAN, she attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA with the intent to become a psychiatrist. However, it only took one day on her pediatric rotation and she fell in love with the open resilience of children.  From there, Amy did her pediatric residency at Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven, CT. Amy moved to Wilmington in 2004 to be closer to family.  She started with www.BrandywineBuzz.com as co-owner and online medical consultant in 2007.  Amy has been in private practice first in East Haven, CT and then in Wilmington, DE.  She is currently a medical editor for www.Kidshealth.org and on staff at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington.  She loves connecting with other families about children’s health.  Amy’s goal is to make parenting easier and less stressful so that we can better enjoy this gift together!

What would you like to talk about? Please contact Amy at dramy@brandywinebuzz.com with topics or discussion points that you would like to hear about.  I look forward to hearing from you!

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