Zerlina Maxwell

When You Tell Your Friends Take Care – Really Mean It

I just saw this great article by Zerlina Maxwell on how self care is not selfish, thanks to Suzanne Braun Levine’s recent Facebook post. Thank you, Suzanne, for mentioning that Women At Woodstock is based on the premise of exactly that: take care of yourself – and your dreams and aspirations – and never for[…]

Change Is Good Whether You Need It or Not – And You Always Need It

Suzanne Braun Levine talks about the need for change in the second half of life in this insightful article on the AARP blog. I especially relate to her message, “I am not who I was only older. Even familiar experiences and relationships take on new meaning.” This is the time in life, she says, to[…]

Lisa Levart’s “Goddess on Earth” Book Wins 2012 GOLD Nautilus Book Award in Photography/Art Category

Lisa Levart’s beautiful book, Goddess on Earth; Portraits of the Divine Feminine  won a GOLD Nautilus Book Award whose past recipients have included Deepak Chopra, Caroline Myss and Barbara Kingsolver, to name a few. She came to Women At Woodstock East 2013 for a book signing and a screening of her “Goddess” film based on her[…]

A Message of Support for Anastasia Somoza

Janet Riccobono, certified life coach, blogger (janetriccobono.com), and a WAW 2012 alum, wrote to Ann Voorhees Baker with this compelling request on behalf of Anastasia, the inspiring daughter of her friends Mary and Gerardo Somoza.  She is asking for help; WAW is helping to spread the word. Information on the fundraising campaign is available here.[…]

Carri Levy Honored with the “RARE Champion of Hope Award”

Somewhere along the way of moving Women At Woodstock from an idea into a reality, I met this most interesting woman, Carri Levy. The Senior Associate Producer of The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, Carri’s been on a creative arc for most of her adult life. She’s also been traveling an arduous path, untiringly, as[…]