Empowerment. What does it mean to you? We've got an evening filled with discussions and new release books to help you answer that question. Join us on June 26 at 7pm as we host three inspiring women to talk about financial empowerment, healthcare empowerment, and empowerment through finding your purpose.
Kerry Hannon has been a contributor for The New York Times, Forbes, and U.S. News and World Report, and has appeared on ABC News, CBS, CNBC, NBC Nightly News, NPR and PBS sharing her over two decades worth of financial know-how. She has co-written several books and is here to join our panel to discuss her newest release, Never Too Old To Get Rich, a how-to guide for aspiring entrepreneurs who are 50+ years old.
Reina S. Weiner's most recent release Trust Your Doctor...But Not That Much: Be Your Own Best Healthcare Advocate draws on her experience as an Oncology Trainer, a Nursing Instructor, and a Nursing Instructor to talk concrete strategies for becoming an empowered and resilient patient and healthcare advocate.
Kreis Beall, founder of Blackberry Farm (a gorgeous luxury hotel in Tennessee), knows what she's talking about when it comes to empowerment. She was 23 when she started Blackberry Farm, and has since then transformed the original 9 bedroom farm house into a multiple-award winning food, wine, and wellness destination. Oh, and she was pregnant at the time as well!
These three women will share their stories and their best advice in an evening that is sure to leave you feeling more powerful than ever. Copies of Trust Your Doctor...But Not Too Much and Never Too Old To Get Rich will be available for purchase.