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“In medical school, they don’t teach you much about nutrition or lifestyle,” says Jeanne Rosner, M.D., former pediatric anesthesiologist and now founder of SOULfoodSalon.com, commu...

She had an engineering degree and an MBA. She had a 15-year job at Eastman Kodak that she was “passionate” about. But Candace Freedenberg also had a baby who had flown 13 times bef...

"To find your fit, it’s not a linear path…but a fluid process,” says Mary Lou Heater, who worked her way up to a Doctor of Nursing Practice at age 60. “It’s not a puzzle piece that...

What do you learn by talking with 100 reinventors from every state, industry, financial status, and starting point? The answer is: That anyone can do it —  as long as you have the ...

Bonnie Chan Woo, Founder of WomanBoss, grew up in Hong Kong and the UK, moving into banking because “it sounds successful, like what a high achiever would do.” After segueing into ...

Cherie Buziak had a cosmetology and aesthetician license plus a BA from Fashion Institute of Technology, and managed global product development for Avon. Then she lost both her par...

“I was not feeling the fulfillment [in the writing business],” says Diane Bruno.  Her mother had died — suddenly and traumatically — and Bruno was impressed with the “eloquent and ...

Her father was a lawyer; her mother went to law school when Shai was 6. “I didn’t make a conscious choice,” Littlejohn says about why she picked law as a profession. “My selection ...

“In 2008 I got hit hard. I lost my derriere,” says Marla Ginsburg, CEO of The MarlaWynne Collection (https://www.marlawynne.com/). “So I bought a sewing machine and started Googlin...

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