Lori Gregory, Founder & Editor, The Mom Street Journal
Lori Martin Gregory is a fourth-generation journalist with an extensive background in business, natural health & healthcare, media and marketing.
After working as a journalist and radio news anchor in Denver, she moved to Boston where she worked in philanthropy for awhile before moving over to investment banking and Wall Street. During her tenure in the banking and investment epicenters of the United States, where she served as an investor relations’ consultant for biotech and big pharma during the late ’80s and early ’90s, she witnessed first hand the corruption and conflict of interest inherent in the system.
“What we are witnessing today is a collapse of the fourth branch of government, our free press,” says Martin Gregory. “The corruption coming to light today has been going on for a very, very long time. But now, as we are fully engaged in the fourth dimension via the internet, the era of transparency is thrusting into the spotlight heinous truths that we of the alt/new media (or ‘fake news,’ as the global corporate elitists would have you believe) are exposing by shining a light where darkness has prevailed. I am proud to be a part of this historic moment, when light bearers of truth stand up and fight for our freedom to live healthy lives.”
Inspired by her father, grandfather and great grandfather — all of whom are/were newspaper men, Lori launched The Mom Street Journal in 2009 after her concerns for a dear friend who was getting the swine flu shot during pregnancy went unanswered. Her drive to give moms information on ‘the business of being a natural mom in the modern world’ continues today, focusing on California where most medical and parental rights are gone.
Lori has a B.A. in Journalism with a minor in broadcasting from Metropolitan State College in Denver, and an MBA in General Management from Boston University. She also has a diploma in Complementary Medicines from The Open University in Sri Lanka, and is a member of The American Ayurvedic Association. She is also a board member of the Vaccine Injury Awareness League, and has been fighting for medical freedom in California for almost two years.