Women At Woodstock 2015 Overview – Speakers and Workshops

Here Are All the Women Who Will be Speaking and Leading Workshops at Women At Woodstock 2015

I can’t believe what a fantastic group of women will be presenting at Women At Woodstock this year. Every single workshop is going to be packed with ready-to-use information, and each has been planned to include interactive exercises – which is where the real work is done – work that applies to you and to your life. This is truly going to be the best Women At Woodstock we’ve ever had! Here’s the whole lineup:

Patty Chang Anker –
“What Are You Afraid Of?”

Patty is the author of  SOME NERVE: Lessons Learned While Becoming Brave, which Oprah.com calls “Downright inspiring.” Her writing has appeared in O Magazine, Dr Oz The Good Life, WallStreetJournal.com and NPR.org. She blogs regularly for PsychologyToday.com‘s anxiety section and was named a Good Housekeeping “Blogger We Love” for her own blog, Facing Forty Upside Down,

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Veronica James –
“Getting Your Website the Attention
It Deserves”

Veronica is co-author of the bestselling book Going Gypsy, a chronicle of her life on the road with husband David, which began when the couple decided to sell their empty-nest home and set out on a new life of travel and adventure. Their blog,Gypsy Nester, has attracted a huge following; they’re under contract for a second book to be published in 2016.

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Linda Lowen –
Two Writing Workshops – Starting & Finishing What You Want to Write

Linda is a writer, editor, and co-host of the award-winning public radio show “Take Care,” available nationally through the Public Radio Exchange. She’s a writing instructor for one of the country’s largest YMCA-based community arts programs, The Downtown Writer’s Center, in Syracuse, NY. Her two workshops: “Bring Your Idea to Life – Starting to Write or Honing Your Craft” and “The Writer’s Life –Really Writing and Really Finishing a Complete Work.”

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Ivy Menchel –
“Redefine Your Financial Independence – No Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda”

Ivy is a wealth management professional with a practice based in New York City. She and her team provide comprehensive financial solutions for creative and performing artists, business owners and retirees through Sagemark Consulting, a division of Lincoln Financial Advisors. Her services include coordinating various aspects of each client’s financial “house,” including estate, business succession, financial independence, retirement, investment and legacy planning.

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Lisa Levart –
“Power Portraits: Tap Into and Project What’s Truly Powerful About Yourself”

Lisa is an award-winning photographer and frequent contributor to the Huffington Post, where her blogs explore the intersection between art, the divine feminine, women’s empowerment and current issues.Her book Goddess on Earth, Portraits of the Divine Feminine won a Gold Nautilus Book Award.

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Ann Voorhees Baker –
“Life Hacks for Life Online: Cool Tools & Tips to Reduce the Aggravation”

Ann is Founder & Producer of Women At Woodstock, and a WordPress website designer, writer, and social media marketing specialist by day.  She ghost writes regular blogs for select clients in addition to writing her own blog on the Women At Woodstock website, and is a contributing writer forSheKnows.com and SixtyandMe.com. Occasionally Ann teaches “Internet Catch-Up for Boomers & Beyond” a UCLA course for students over 50 on internet usage and social media marketing.

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Diane Baranello –
“What’s Next In Your Life?”

Diane is CEO of Coaching for Distinction, specializing in personal branding & collaborative career coaching for mid-career women. She served as a board member and VP-Membership for New York Women in Communications where she launched a workshop series, Turning Points for Mid-Career Women, and is a sought-after speaker and thought leader for professional associations and women’s groups. Diane will be leading a conversation on “What’s Next In Your Life?” at the Saturday evening end-of-day salon.

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Click here for the full weekend schedule for Women At Woodstock 2015

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