“The Well Woman Life Cycle”
Well Woman Life supports women leaders, executive and entrepreneurs to achieve their highest level of fulfillment and well-being. Whether it’s personal, physical or sexual health, juggling life and work, professional development or financial success, emotional or spiritual wellness, a Well Woman is supportive of other women, is motivated to challenge herself, and is passionate about achieving her highest level of health and well being. A Well Woman holds others accountable and expects to be held accountable too. We are women doing something innovative in order to make a difference in our lives or in the lives of others, and maintain a sense of well-being while doing it all! We create a supportive, social environment to connect and share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and all the other roles we carry.
1. Attendees will understand that a “well woman life” is achieved when women are motivated to achieved their highest level of fulfillment and well-being.
2. Attendees will learn about the four stages of a Well Woman Life Cycle
3. Attendees will learn about two necessary elements to achieve their highest level of fulfillment and well-being
3. Attendees will learn four steps to take to begin living an optimal Well Woman Life
Giovanna Rossi is the President and CEO of Collective Action Strategies, LLC, a consulting firm dedicated to improving the lives of women and families through strategic planning, management and communications. One of her projects is Family Friendly New Mexico, a business awards program designed to support businesses to adopt and implement family friendly business practices such as paid leave, health support, work schedules and economic support. Giovanna is also the Founder of Well Woman Life, which supports women to achieve their highest level of fulfillment and well-being, and the host of The Well Woman show, a radio show on KUNM 89.9fm and a podcast on iTunes. Giovanna holds a Master of Science degree in Public Policy from the London School of Economics, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and Latin American Studies from the University of New Mexico.