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Our Team

So nice to meet you! Here's a bit about the team behind Curious Parenting

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Clementine Foxglove
Creative Director

Clementine is the founder and visionary behind Curious Parenting. She knows from experience that parents and caregivers in the thick of it need accessible, powerful tools they can use right away. Her expertise is deeply rooted in child psychology, development, and nonviolent communication. She is also great at headstands, biting off more than she can chew, and holding the door open for you while you’re still unreasonably far away.


Clementine has been studying the complexity and deep nuance of language and its meaning for as long as she can remember. Her unique perspective as an #actuallyautistic, pansexual person offers a fresh approach to parenting that goes beyond the one-size-fits-all mentality, addressing the diverse needs of all kids and families. 


Since launching Curious Parenting in 2020, Clementine has helped millions of parents and caregivers raise curious, emotionally resilient kids with calm and confidence.

Maximilian Foxglove

Maximilian handles correspondence, strategy, and copywriting for Curious Parenting. He brings with him a deep dedication to radical inclusivity, breaking generational cycles of trauma, and supporting resilience in children through playfulness, mindfulness and empathy. He envisions a world in which all people have the freedom and tools to authentically, enthusiastically follow their joy.

Maximilian is most curious about neuroscience, childhood development, sustainable agriculture, history, mindfulness therapy, unschooling, systems-thinking, and linguistics. He is currently studying to become a Certified Trainer through the Center for Nonviolent Communication.

Victoria Fernández

Victoria handles illustration for Curious Parenting. She is based in Madrid, and was born and raised in tropical, colorful Caracas. Her career began as a copywriter for Venezuelan television series, and later evolved to stop motion animation in Buenos Aires. When Victoria discovered the power and reach of digital media, she was inspired to switch careers again. She took a job at Nickelodeon as on-air digital designer (and even worked on Sponge Bob!) In 2011, Spain was calling, and Victoria threw herself into freelance illustration.

Victoria is most inspired by love, naive art, mid-century modern design and wild things. She describes her process as "illustrating for a happier world."

You can find more of her work here:

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