Chicago Chapter Event
Chicago Chapter Event: Vibrant Women: Aging ReimaginedThursday, June 11, 2020
Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.Central time
Location: Zoom Link provided with confirmation-Please save to your calendar!
This event is SOLD OUT!
Contact: Kimberly Mulcahy
Phone: (630) 567 0299
Register to reserve your spot!
Join us for an inspiring event as TTN members Catherine Marienau and Gail Zelitzky debunk the myths associated with aging, and reimagine what aging vibrantly actually entails. Catherine and Gail host a weekly podcast “Women Over 70: Aging Reimagined” with vital women in their 70s, 80s and 90s who shatter the conventional notions of women in later life as invisible, unappealing and irrelevant.
In this interactive session, Catherine and Gail will show you how to identify and dismiss myths and stereotypes that limit your sense of vital aging. You’ll also create images of aging vibrantly into your next decades.
You won’t want to miss this powerful event that can ignite a vision for your life as a vibrant woman.
Register now to save your spot! Pour your favorite beverage and enjoy!
About Our Speakers
Catherine has been listening to women’s stories for nearly 50 years—as mentor to female students (ages 35-80), as instructor of women’s issues, and as researcher-writer on women as learners and on vital women in their 70s. Her primary context has been innovative, customized degree programs for adult learners, most of whom are women. Now, at age 70, Catherine has moved from a full-time faculty position at DePaul University to focus on her ‘passion projects’—women’s learning and development through the lens of aging, and adult learning through the lens of neuroscience.
Gail is a lifelong entrepreneur, the previous owner of 2 multi-million dollar companies. For the past 20 years, she has coached business owners, their teams, and groups to practice creative leadership. 2 Years ago, Gail began Wonder Women Mastermind. And now, at age 78, she is excited to work with women in various stages of transition to reimagine life as they age. Gail is an author, speaker, mentor, and recipient of numerous awards, including the David O. Justice Alumni Award in 2019 from DePaul University’s, School for New Learning.