Meet our Team

Meghan Block

Owner + CEO

Meghan is the Owner + CEO of Wicked Good Mom Media LLC, Cape Cod Moms, Boston Moms + Rhode Island Moms. She grew up in Plymouth, MA and now lives on the South Shore with her husband and their 3 children.

Caitlin Corrieri


Raised in Central Mass, Caitlin graduated from Boston College with an English/secondary education degree and Providence College with a master's in School Administration. She lived in Boston for 13 years, teaching in a suburban middle school, before earning her reading specialist license and moving to Cape Cod in 2022 when her son Charlie was born. She is affectionately called a "washashore" by her husband and his family (from Falmouth), but she's getting used to Cape life year round as a reading interventionist at a Barnstable elementary school and loves living in her neighborhood in Mashpee.

Shannon Brady


Shannon moved with her husband to Cape Cod during the pandemic to be closer to family. She is originally from Providence and married her high school sweetheart Tom. She went to college at Boston University and earned her degree in human physiology. She worked as a preschool teacher before applying to graduate schools to pursue her degree in physical therapy. She attended USC to get her doctorate in physical therapy and spent 10 years in Los Angeles with her husband. During the pandemic, she and her husband bought a home in Dennisport to be closer to family. After over two years of infertility, they welcomed their daughter Lily. They then welcomed their second daughter Hailey a short sixteen months later. Shannon is a physical therapist and a board-certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist, although she currently stays home with her girls, who are now one and two years old. She is passionate about using her knowledge in physical therapy to empower parents and give them confidence around their baby’s development. She is an avid runner and former Girls On The Run coach with a strong desire to advocate for young women and girls in sport. She also enjoys reading, cooking, snuggling with her dog Jack and watching reality TV. Shannon’s favorite part of living on Cape Cod is being able to watch fireworks from Chatham to Hyannis from the beach on the 4th of July.

Samantha Fenlon


Samantha is a Massachusetts native with a love for Cape Cod. Growing up, she spent summers in Hyannisport and now feels incredibly fortunate to take her two children and husband back as often as she can. Samantha, her husband Matt and their two girls - Charlotte age 5 and Addison age 2 - love to go to the beach and are always up for exploring new spots throughout the Cape. Samantha spent nearly a decade working in TV news as a general assignment reporter in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. She is a passionate storyteller with a background in on-camera reporting, content generation, video editing and social media. For the past five years Samantha has been a freelance media consultant while raising her two children. Samantha graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Psychology.

Donna Carlson


Donna is a Massachusetts native living in the western suburbs of Boston with a home on Cape Cod, where she has spent at least part of her summers every year since 2005. She lived in various places in the Northeast and Midwest after earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Political Science. Now she's living in her hometown again after returning to her roots and moving back in 2018! She has two sons, ages 14 and 18, and enjoys freelance editing, reading of all sorts, going for nature walks and hikes, yoga, day trips to historical sites, and traveling.

Ashley Flanagan

Contributor + Local Operations Manager

Ashley Yehl Flanagan has lived in Dennis, MA since 2017, when she and her husband Chris moved from Washington, DC. While on Cape, Ashley has been an active part of the Cape community, including participating as board member of Friends or Relatives with Autism and Related Disabilities (FORWARD) from 2020-2022, member of Cape Cod Young Professionals, and as a parishioner of Our Lady of the Cape. Ashley met her husband Chris Flanagan in 2014, and after four years of dating, tied the knot in 2018. Ashley and Chris are raising three children on the Cape, their daughter and twin boys. During Ashley’s senior year of college, she started a career in the federal government, which led her to travel to 106 countries doing public affairs work. For the past six years, Ashley has been a senior member of press operations at a federal agency, where she leads public communications on global issues. Growing up, Ashley aspired to be a journalist and while in middle school, wrote movie reviews for her local paper, The Hill Country News. She graduated from American University in Washington, DC and lived in London during her junior year.

Danielle Kempe


Bio coming soon!

Tracy Lamperti


Tracy is a native Cape Codder, her grandmother having attended the one room schoolhouse in Eastham. With a heart for children, Tracy attended the Early Childhood Development program at Cape Cod Tech, followed by a BS in Psychology at Salem State College, and an MA in Counseling Psychology at Leslie University. Tracy fell in love with her husband 36 years ago and together they have two, young adult children. Tracy has served the community as a mental health counselor, consultant and educator for over 30 years and specializes in couples and sex therapy, and family therapy. Tracy enjoys spending time with family, hiking, and gardening, with a special love of peonies.

Amy Leonardi

Amy Leonardi founded Cape Cod Moms in 2011, and sold the domain and brand name to Meghan in 2023. We are grateful for all that she contributed to grow the Cape Cod Moms community!

Erica O'Connor


Originally a Bostonian, Erica left the cold for sunny California for over a decade to dive headfirst into the fast-paced world of tech as a Director of Product. But life took her back to Massachusetts, settling on Cape Cod to fully embrace motherhood. She's currently a stay-at-home mom to a spirited toddler girl and expecting a new bundle of joy in March. Erica is all about enjoying life's simple pleasures. Staying healthy and active is a big part of her routine, whether it's a morning weight lifting session, yoga, or planning wholesome meals. She loves the beach, poolside relaxation, boating, and outdoor adventures, and she finds joy in the little things. During those rare "me moments," you'll find Erica engrossed in a captivating book, experimenting in the kitchen, or letting her creative side shine through with different crafting projects. She also loves keeping up with the tech world and is constantly looking for ways to share her knowledge. Erica looks forward to embracing each new chapter of her journey, cherishing the beauty of family life, the magic of Cape Cod living, and the endless possibilities that lie ahead.

Ally Piper


Ally is a summer visitor turned year-round resident celebrating her 10th anniversary of calling Cape Cod home. She is a writer and artist squeezing her creativity into the cracks while raising two energetic curly-haired kiddos (currently 6 & 4). Her children’s book GOLDEN HOUR: A CAPE COD STORY tells the story of a typical summer day for her family while visiting her grandparents in Orleans.

Katie Roberts


Bio Coming Soon!

Lissy Perna


Lissy Perna is a lifelong Cape Cod resident, currently raising her two boys on the lower Cape. When she isn't working for the Brewster Conservation Trust, she can be found leading nature walks with toddlers or participating in community events. Her love of nature and Cape Cod runs deep, and she shares her passion through her social media account, “Get Outside Cape Cod.”

Leah Rockwell


Born and raised on Cape Cod Leah Rockwell grew up with a love for the ocean and salt air. She has always found the kid table the most interesting place to be and knew from a young age she wanted to pursue a career working with children. After studying child development in college she moved to Boston where she received her Masters and CAGS degrees in school psychology from Tufts University. Since 2005 she has practiced school psychology. When she isn’t counseling and writing evaluations, you can find her trying to convince her own kids to play soccer. Leah loves to travel but is also a huge homebody. She is happiest snuggled up with her family watching a movie and eating pasta. Leah resides on the Cape with her husband and two very energetic sons.