I spent the first decade of my professional life learning to ask why and say no. Why does it have to be like that? Why do I have to work like that? I quit my first job when my law firm’s managing partner told me I couldn’t wear pants to work.
I spent the second decade of my professional life creating community and empowering women as the founder and CEO of Macaroni Kid, a multi-million dollar, hyper-local media company. How? By giving women actual, tactical tools to build a business of their own, against the backdrop of an incredible, supportive community.
And I will build the next decade of my professional life continuing that journey while encouraging women to take ownership of their minds, their moods and their bodies through the simple act of lacing up their sneakers and walking together. Welcome to the decade of 99 Walks.
My mission? Nothing short of getting a million women walking their way to better.