The Pink Pump Affair: The ‘Why We Aren’t Dead After 50’ Conversation

May 22, 2018

I was thrilled to serve as moderator for the Ageless Face of Beauty Panel at the A Pink Pump Affair ‘A Celebration of Women’ this weekend. Our fierce group of panelists spoke about women in business, social media/influencer culture, and how women between 40-50 can build their brands. Our conversation proved women are definitely ‘not dead’ at 50!

Click here to read more about the event and a recap of our advice for building your brand and becoming attractive to bigger companies for support.

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