NYC: An Evening with Jeannie Ralston
December 4 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm| Free – $35.00
WHAT WOMEN WANT NETWORKING NYC PRESENTS: An Evening with Jeannie Ralston, Editor of NextTribe
Please join us for What Women Want Networking NYC’s DECEMBER EVENT – Our NYC Chapter Director Joan Pelzer will chat with our guest Jeannie Ralston about Aging Bodly…Aging is a fact of life. Aging boldly is a state of mind.
Jeannie Ralston’s mission, through NextTribe, is to offer information and inspiration with a healthy dose of irreverence for women over 45, to make you feel heard and understood, and to connect you with women as smart and cheeky as you are.The site offers information and inspiration with a healthy dose of irreverence. Stories are added each week so you can read everything from the consequences of climate change to the consequences of not doing your kegels. This is how women talk when they’re together, part of a tribe.
Tuesday December 4
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Keller Williams Corporate HQ
1155 Avenue of the Americas (corner of West 44th Street) – 6th Floor
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(Tickets FREE for Members / $35 for Non-Members – Ask how you can become a member today)
WHY JOIN US AT WHAT WOMEN WANT NETWORKING?
Founded by a Woman. Led by Women. Built by Women
What Women Want Networking is a Live and Online networking community that serves as both platform for women to be heard and a haven to network, collaborate and support women’s lives both professionally and personally.
Valuable Networking * Smart, Savvy Women * Entertaining + Educational Guest Speaker * Wine + Hors d’oeuvres * Raffles + Gifts
ABOUT JEANNIE RALSTON:
Jeannie Ralston has long followed the maxim, “Write what you know.” Soon after she graduated from college, newly out of her teens herself, she became editor-in-chief of TeenAge magazine in New York. Later, after a stretch spent freelance writing for Time and Life magazines, she became a contributing editor of Allure, a beauty magazine—which conveniently coincided with her glamorous 20s and early 30s in Manhattan.
Read more about Jeannie and NextTribe here: https://nexttribe.com/our-team/