Turning Life On

By Keeping Tech in Check.

 

Contact Us


For more information about Turning Life On, to schedule a visit to your community and for press inquiries, please email info@turninglifeon.org.

Interested in becoming a partner? Or are you a motivated parent who wants to be more involved with Turning Life On? If so, complete this form.

Interested in becoming a Champion in your community, complete this form.


ADRIENNE PRINCIPE, FOUNDER

With an educational background in Mass Media, Interpersonal Communication, English and Political Science, Adrienne brings passion and a unique perspective to Turning Life On. She is inspired by the desire for her four children to experience a hands-free, heads-up childhood that will give them the skills to co-exist safely with technology and become responsible, resilient and empathetic adults. With a clear understanding of the latest research regarding technology and child development, Adrienne works with parents, educators and community leaders to bring thoughtful strategies for managing screens into homes and schools. She is the co-founder of Concord Promise and a member of the Screens in Schools Working Group for the Children’s Screen Time Action Network. Adrienne is also a regular contributor on the Podcast “Live Above the Noise” with developmental and educational psychologist Dr. Rob Reiher. If you live in Concord, you’ve likely seen her racing from pickup line to pickup line at multiple schools. Adrienne spent an unreasonable amount of time writing notes in middle school. You can drop her one the old fashioned way or at adrienne@turninglifeon.org.

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Speaking Engagements

Adrienne is available to host presentations or conversations regarding healthy technology use in your school or community. To inquire, please email us at info@turninglifeon.org.

Testimonials

You were a rock star today. Thank you so much for coming and having such great conversations with our community members. TLO is an awesome initiative and all in attendance felt very reinforced and informed with what you shared.
— Dot Butler, Winchester Coalition for a Safer Community