Edie Weiner

When I was a girl, 50 seemed like old age.  In my 40s, 80 was a ripe old age.  Now that I’m still working full-time past legal retirement age, I see many people active and celebrated in their late 90s. From youth to 110, we have to recognize, plan for, enjoy and share all the ways we are inventing new stretches and pathways of life.  Women, who have always faced age discrimination… especially if they are professional and public…have more than an opportunity now.  They have an obligation to support and celebrate each other for decades more.  We are staying productive and creative.  Now we need enterprises like Lucy to make sure we remain relevant, important and connected.  I’m proud to be a Lucy cheerleader!!!