Meet the Scouts

They’ve always got the latest version, the smartest solution. They give the best gifts. These are our Scouts. And we’ve got ’em in every major city, testing new products and updating us daily with the cool stuff they find.

Jessica Mason

San Diego

As a talented editorial stylist and the owner of Paper Doll Salon, Jessica knows a thing or two about girly Read more.
Ashlee Mello

Cincinnati

Having spent the past ten years as a freelance fashion and wardrobe stylist (not to mention a stint on the Read more.
Jessica Miller

York

In a former life, Jessica was a business analyst who decided she needed fewer spreadsheets and more family fun. She Read more.
Becky Olson

Chicago

As a publicist, Becky focuses the majority of her time on organizations that benefit children. She’s a pop-culture junkie who Read more.
Olivia Patino

New York City

At age 12, Olivia began writing and performing her own songs. As a teenager, she toured with Kenny Rogers.  She Read more.
Rosalia Polizzi

Westchester

Rosalia built her career in retail, working through the ranks in the corporate buying office at Bloomingdale’s. In 2008, she helped Read more.
Kristin Quinn

Boston

With 15+ years’ experience in sales and marketing, Kristin has career highlights that include launching an exclusive product line for Read more.
Heather Reed

San Francisco

Heather is the talent behind Monkey Bars, a contemporary lifestyle brand for eco-conscious families. Heather operates the brand’s brick-and-mortar retail Read more.
Fiona Hopkins Rothenberg

Greenwich

Fiona taught pre-school for 10 years before shifting gears to be a SAHM of two boys. As a hobby, she Read more.
Jackie Siska

Seattle

After a decade working on Wall Street, Jackie moved to Seattle to start a new era—raising a family in the Read more.
Jenness Stock

Milwaukee

With three older kids, and a baby girl who came along 12 years later (Caroline, born May, 2013) Jenness is Read more.
Jennifer Tonetti-Spellman

Westchester, NY

Formerly an advertising exec in NYC (with gigs at glossies like O, The Oprah Magazine and Teen People—not to mention Read more.