At the young age of 40, Carole Brody Fleet had a thriving career in the cosmetics industry. She built a new house from her Mary Kay Cosmetics earnings and became a national winner of top sales awards and numerous accolades. But none of her success could soothe the deep pain she experienced when her husband died after a two year battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease. A young widow with a then, 11 year old daughter, Carole had days when she literally could not get out of bed.
Since the publication of her first book, Widows Wear Stilettos and the formation of her organization,, Carole has become a "go-to" media authority on grief and loss recovery. She has been featured on national, regional and local television and radio, including Good Morning America Now.
BOOKS: Happily Even After: A Guide to getting Through (and beyond) the Grief of Widowhood and Widows Wear Stilettos.