"I just turned 50, I was having my own perimenopausal challenges, even though I didn't really understand that that's what they were, and I wanted to go back to my roots of access to healthcare and supporting women," says Catherine Balsam-Scwaber.  "But I was so far along in my career that it was hard to imagine stepping out of what I did to try something different."

 

The Connecticut native grew up thinking she wanted to be a doctor. And after jobs in politics, news, movies, media, toys, and even crafting, she actually did end up back in Connecticut, working in healthcare. The CEO of Kindra, a women's health and beauty company focusing on menopause, talks to CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour about breaking down taboos and building up women's confidence to find what's right for them. 

 

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