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Fran Pastore grew up in a tight male-dominated Italian family.  She watched how all her female relatives were disempowered and forced to become dependent on a male for their fut...

She was a best-selling author (“Younger,” “The Possibility of You”), owned a successful baby-naming site, had marriage of 33 years, a big house in the suburbs, kids and a p...

After her divorce, Susan McPherson moved herself from Seattle to New York and started her life all over. She knew no one. Susan speaks with CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour ...

Failing on the front page of the Wall Street Journal is a whole other level of grief. But Sallie Krawcheck not only survived it, she thrived, going on to found Ellevate Network a...

One of the keys to reinvention? Being open to ideas that literally happen all the time. Jana Brown talks with CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour about a chance encounter during ...

Margaret Roach had it made: a top job at Martha Stewart Omnimedia, a killer wardrobe and the ability to drop $20 for an average lunch at her New York desk. But she traded it all in...

Female Quotient’s Shelley Zalis was a gigunda success in digital research, sold the company for millions, then jumped back in to reinvent as a catalyst for getting women to 50% o...

How do you jump back into the workforce when you’ve been out for an extended period of time? How do you catch up on the tech you will need to know? On how to handle a video inter...

Women hide their reinvention ideas because they’re afraid someone will steal them. Yet getting feedback on your idea early is an imperative for success. Lesley Jane Seymour, foun...

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