A spotlight for extraordinary people who are tearing down outdated beliefs about aging.
Have you ever been told 'you're too old for that'? Buy your copy of Disrupt Aging today, and let’s start changing the conversation about aging.
Five Mind-Boggling Numbers You Need to Know About Venus Williams
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Karen Walrond, 48: Embracing What It Means to Be 'a Woman of a Certain Age'
A former engineer and corporate attorney, Karen Walrond, transitioned away from the corporate world to launch a fresh career as a writer, photographer and public speaker.
Yvonne Watson: Defining the Future of Fashion
Learn how she's leading and cultivating the next generation of disruptors within the fashion industry at Parsons School of Design
Welcome, Age Disruptors, to — Burning Man?
It’s not the first place you would imagine an 87-year-old. But during the festival last August, the vast, hot playa was invaded by individuals that have been little seen at Burning Man since it started 30 years ago: elders
Although my body is getting older, I'm proud to be an over-60 dance and fitness diva. I’m committed to aging gracefully, embracing my fourth quarter (60-80) and living my best life!
I’m a cancer survivor and have been in remission for five years from stage IIB fallopian tube cancer, the rarest of gynecologic cancers. I’ve also been blessed with over 25 years of long-term recovery from drug and alcohol use.
I’m grateful to have found a group of women (and sometimes men) of all ages, shapes, sizes and colors who work out with me at Wanda Bamberg Tia’s Work It! Studio. We’ve all become a family.
Learning my limitations and accepting the inevitable, I am making the most of my life and hope to be a powerful example for women and girls!
I am the producer of The Other F Word, a comedic web series about four friends who reinvent themselves after their kids have grown up.
When I presented the show to Hollywood gatekeepers, I was told that my script was very good, but it targeted a “tough” demographic — women over 45.
I set out to prove them wrong. Our show was the number one series on Amazon Video for four months, has been streamed daily since we launched, and now has 750,000 unique visitors.
In spite of my success with this show and several others, I was told that I was too old to be a staff writer. Not ready to give up, I added more midlife women to my team, including a former Comedy Central network executive and Emmy Award-winning director.
We are determined to break through the glass ceiling, particularly for mothers who are pivoting in midlife.