Women like Cassidy Hutchinson are turning out to be the unrelentingly brave truth-tellers and heroes. Her new book reveals more of her gutsiness.
She wrote the book on how to live your life boldly, and in Santa Fe, 14 NextTribers had the chance to hear Jen Sincero’s blunt, sassy words of wisdom.
We raise our glass to the Veuve Clicquot widow, the first modern businesswoman who gave us champagne and launched countless celebrations.
Bella Abzug was 50 when she was first elected to Congress. A PBS documentary covers the outsized impact one bold woman in outsized hats can make.
When Amy Kawadler lost her corporate job after a 29-year career, she forged a new path as a jewelry artist. Here’s how you can change gears too.
“Sports is a microcosm of society,” says Billie Jean King, who in 1973 won the first victory in a battle for equality in sports pay that still goes on today.
We’ve all sensed at times that our ideas don’t matter now that we’re middle-aged. For women of color, it can feel doubly intense.
J. Robert Oppenheimer unleashed a world-changing device and Michele Willens’ activism. She’s hoping the movie of his life will stir people again.
A new term has been coined for women aged 45 to 65 who are at the top of their game professionally, but whose expertise is often overlooked.
Sally Edelstein’s collage featuring a 50-year-old gun-violence ad is the centerpoint of the one-year anniversary of Highland Park’s mass shooting.