Published on: April 11, 2021
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Our annual signature event FROM HER LIPS TO OUR EARS is back!
This year, Joan Lunden, award-winning journalist, bestselling author, and television host, candidly shares her anxieties, breakthroughs, and how she’s coping with the realities of aging in her latest book “Why Did I Come Into This Room?”
Join us and television personality, fashion editor, and author Jeanne Beker in a candid virtual event with Joan, who will
highlight the good, the bad and the ugly, opening the door and elevating the conversation on topics often considered “taboo.”
APRIL 15 @ 7:00PM (EST)
Thanks to presenting sponsor CIBC,
ENROLMENT IS FREE!
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