Thanks for your interest in making a difference in the wellbeing of professional working women today.
Many professional working women today face stressors that result from conflicting family and work priorities that put women themselves on the back burner.
My focus on working women’s wellbeing emerges from research showing that wellbeing is a proxy for health and that physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing are broader components that should be part of women’s health.
As a professional working women’s wellbeing coach, that is why I am currently I am seeking broad and relevant partnerships that advance both health and wellbeing of women over 50. If your organization is involved in any of these areas, let’s see if our mutual goals and objectives can be brought together to impact the lives of professional working women – as we work longer into what used to be retirement.
Please feel free to reach out if you or your organization’s focus is:
- gender parity in the workplace
- women’s professional leadership development
- fitness and yoga
- career transitions
- personal image consulting
- empty nest and lifestage transitions
- financial sustainability
- women’s healthcare
- healthy aging
Our partnerships have included National Association for Professional Women, the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, The College Club of Boston, The Commonwealth Institute, Trinity Church Foundation, Go Red for Women, HealthyWomen, Society for Women’s Health Research, Marketing Health and Wellness to Women Conference, and more.
I am interested in raising the level of wellbeing for women over 50, and our retreats and “unconferences” are great opportunities for partnerships.
Thanks for all YOU do as a change-maker for today’s professional working women!