Women Warriors: Celebrating The Women Whose Shoulders We Stand On

Women Warriors: Celebrating The Women Whose Shoulders We Stand On

Andersson’s vision was realized in a 70-minute inspiring DocuSymphony. Her creation, Women Warriors: The Voices of Change is now a Grammy-nominated album (2022) and award-winning documentary film that has been winning film festivals all over the globe in 2021. Women Warriors premiered at Lincoln Center September 2019 to a sold-out house and standing ovation. People wept and cheered and sobbed having experienced this moving ground-breaking work.

A Reminder to Smell the Roses

A Reminder to Smell the Roses

I suppose I’m getting more nostalgic about all the milestones in my life as I realize I have more history behind me than future years ahead. I realize that all the milestones that deserve my attention are now much more precious as I get older. I believe in the importance of being present and celebrating every day, even as I understand how easy it is to take things for granted. 

What were you doing on 9/11?

What were you doing on 9/11?

On September 11th 2001, I got up really early to drive to LaGuardia Airport and catch an 8 am flight to Raleigh, North Carolina. I had just joined a healthcare tech firm as VP of Sales and the headquarters was in Raleigh. My involvement in this new start up was...

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

Since the pandemic has forced all of us into Zoom meetings every day, a new heightened focus on self-image has emerged. And according to recent research, we hate the way we look on Zoom. And that’s true for everyone. (I’m so glad to hear I’m not alone with this sentiment.) And it’s not necessarily age-related. Women as young as 18 are seeking cosmetic surgery, Botox and fillers in record numbers because of this dissatisfaction. Personally, it’s been fruitless trying to adjust the lighting and position of my laptop camera. None of my efforts help me look better. I hate the way I look on Zoom. We all hate the way we look on zoom. It has a new term: Zoom Dysmorphia.