Kristina Schnack Kotlus is a homeschooler, community activist, award-winning blogger, and author of the book “I Quit” about her experience with brain cancer and faith. She runs the successful PwcMoms.com and has been awarded Blog of the Year from InsideNova and Northern Virginia Magazine multiple times. She was also named Influential Woman of the Year by Prince William Living Magazine.
Kristina is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of George Mason University with a degree in Comparative Religious Studies. She teaches writing in her co-op, in addition to volunteering actively at church. She was recently accepted to the Biblical Exegesis Masters at Liberty University.
Kristina is a featured speaker for the North Star Church Woman’s Network for 2019-2020, helping women to share their stories, choose faith over fear, and to use joy as a spiritual discipline.
She and her husband Austin have three children, ages 16, 14, and 12.
Kristina Schnack Kotlus is a two-time brain cancer survivor. She was baptized a Lutheran, tried atheism because of the Anglicans, worked for the Methodists, and now attends an Assemblies of God congregation. She has a degree in Comparative Religion from George Mason University by way of Holy Cross College and is married to a non-practicing Jew. She’s written for her own website, PwcMoms, for years, helping parents in Prince William County, Virginia feel more connected to where they live. She’s been published in numerous local magazines and newspapers and was recognized as Blogger of the Year in Northern Virginia, 40 Under 40 in Northern Virginia, and an Influential Woman in Prince William County. She resides in Manassas, Virginia, with her husband and three children, who she homeschools