Jed Lau ’98 (left) and Kerry Anne Harris ’11 (right) with their families.

Gender roles often prescribe that a husband should be the breadwinner while a wife should stay at home. But the modern feminist movement can also make women feel guilty if they do choose to stay at home with their kids. So how do high-achieving, values-driven college graduates like Morehead-Cains navigate these challenges?

In this episode of Catalyze, Jed Lau, Morehead-Cain Class of 1998, and Kerry Anne Harris, Morehead-Cain Class of 2011, share their unique stories of intentional living through full-time parenthood.

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