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Marrian Efua is a true representation of her name "Efua", Ghanian for Innovator, Bringer of Change.
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Shauna Sever is the author of Real Sweet, Pure Vanilla, and Marshmallow Madness, and is the voice behind the popular blog Piece of Cake. As a baking expert and television host, she has appeared on Food Network, NPR, CHOW, eHowFood, and more. Her work has been published in O Magazine, USA Weekend, Family Circle, Woman’s World, Fine Cooking, Parade, The Huffington Post, and many others. She lives with her husband and their two children in San Francisco.
Join Women’s Wellness Expert Delayna K. Watkins as she exposes the importance of women’s health and fitness for today’s busy Women Leaders. Various guests will share and discuss practical ways to create balance, improve health, release weight and decrease stress in their environment leading to healthier happier lives.
Delayna will speak to Valerie Stancill the founder of What Are U Eating?, LLC
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Every day, I strive to spread my passion for cooking and the joy that comes from sharing an incredible home cooked meal with loved ones. I do this by teaching take-out enthusiasts tired of the microwave how to shed the paper menus through my Cooking Lessons and help busy folks warm the hearts and bellies of their loved ones with my Personal Chef Services. My food philosophy: Love People (and yourself), Cook Them (and yourself) Tasty Food. It is not only possible but easier than you think to make meat-free cooking that even carnivores go crazy for, and I truly believe that vegetarian food can be spectacular, hearty, filling, sustainable, and be packed with life-altering flavors. I don’t believe you should deprive yourself of the foods that make you happy, and think that with a well balanced plant-based whole-food heavy diet you can indulge in your “naughty” in moderation. I strive to care for the animals of the universe, our environment, and our food economy and cook (and eat) in a conscious and responsible way, encouraging the use of humanely raised, local, organic, sustainable, and farm-to-table ingredients that not only taste incredible but make your body feel amazing too. I’m not a hater, meat eaters don’t bother me, I just hope that the carnivores will start to incorporate more meat-free meals into their diet and when they do eat meat and fish, that they source the most humane and ethical products available. The best we can do is get better every day, learn a little more about the food we feed our bodies and souls and try to make smarter decisions about how we approach the food on our plates.
Young women in the 21st Century have choices. They can marry or not; the doors of educational institutions and industry are wide open to them. They can do and be whatever they choose. But to keep moving forward, it is important to understand from where we have come. And Norma Yaeger’s story helps put it in perspective.
Like most young women in the 1950’s, Norma Yaeger married young, had children, and depended on her husband to support their family. Unlike most women of the times, when things went awry and her husband failed to provide, Norma took it upon herself to make a better life for her and her kids.
The stock market enthralled her. Never mind that she knew of no other women in the industry. Norma set out to get her NY Stock Exchange license. When she acquired it in 1962, it was not to break a barrier; it was to support her family.
Norma had already conquered her deepest fears, broke and alone with three children in an isolated house in the Catskills. And she knew what thrilled her – staring at stock prices through the big windows of brokerages. So though she wasn’t raised for this career (Sephardic Jewish daughters from Brooklyn weren’t raised for careers), she was ready for it.
Get Norma's at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and all major book stores NormaYaeger.com
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