Meaning is the New Money Lecture

IOn May 23, 2012 join Women’s Health Magazine and Gabrielle Bernstein for an event entitled, Meaning is the New Money. Enjoy a talk with Gabrielle Bernstein followed by a panel discussion moderated by Women’s Health editor-in-chief Michele Promaulayko. This topic is Inspired by a feature story in the May issue of Women’s Health. (Panel bios below)

DETAILS:
Date: 5/23/12
Location: Auditorium on Broadway 1871 Broadway, between 61st & 62nd Streets & online
Time: 6:30 – 9pm
In-Person Tickets: $30 BUY NOW

Online Tickets FREE: To view the lecture live on streaming video, submit your email below:

The Livestream link is womenshealthmag.com/findmeaning In case this link doesn’t work you can use the back up link: ustream.com/gabbybernstein When tweeting about the event please use the hashtag #FindMeaning

CHECK OUT OUR AWESOME PANEL!

Michele Promaulayko is the editor-in-chief of Women’s Health, one of the
fastest-growing magazines in the United States. Michele, who has been at the
helm since January 2009, has responsibility for all facets of the brand,
including the magazine, website, digital apps, and books. She is also the
author of Look Better Naked: The 6-Week Plan to Your Leanest, Hottest Body
Ever! When she’s not proselytizing the benefits of healthy living in the
pages of the magazine, she’s wearing out her passport (she was born without
the homesickness gene). Michele always returns to New York City with a
deeper appreciation of global wellness practices. When on the East Coast,
she spends weekends at the beach doing stand-up paddle and cooking dinner
with friends.
Womenshealthmag.com
@MichProm

Gabrielle Bernstein is a motivational speaker, author of Add More –ing to Your Life and Spirit Junkie, and founder of HerFuture.com, a social network to inspire, empower and connect women. Gabby has presented lectures at at Google, TEDxWomen, The WIE Symposium, and more. She hosts a weekly radio show every Wednesday on Hay House Radio and is a featured curator for Opensky. Dubbed the “Dalai Lama for the Gossip Girl set” by Huffington Post, Gabby can also be seen riding around the East Village on a unicycle.
http://gabbyb.tv/
@GabbyBernstein

Jenna Arnold is the founder of content creation company Press Play Productions. Tasked with developing strategies that make issues ‘cool’ and ‘applicable’, Press Play uses the TV, computer, mobile devices and blackboards to reach unsuspecting audiences. Jenna previously held the title of education and media specialist at the United Nations and has since created and produced, ‘Exiled!’, a TV series on MTV. She spends a lot of time gallivanting the globe advising people and organizations on how to engage potential stakeholders better. She speaks four languages (including ASL) and picks up litter…often.
http://pressplayproduction.com/
@JennaArnold

Marie Forleo is the founder of Rich Happy & Hot B-School and author of Make Every Man Want You: How To Be So Irresistible You’ll Barely Keep from Dating Yourself. Her weekly videos, newsletter, and dynamic training programs teach individuals to succeed in business and life. She’s been interviewed by Tony Robbins and has mentored young business owners at Richard Branson’s Centre of Entrepreneurship in South Africa. Through Marie’s Change Your Life, Change The World initiative, each for-profit training program is tied to a non-profit partner who supports women, the environment and entrepreneurship. With loving yet wisecracking advice, Marie inspires tens of thousands to take charge of their success and happiness by boosting their business skills, shedding BS excuses and injecting massive amounts of fun into each day.
http://marieforleo.com
@MarieForleo

Dev Aujla is the Founder of DreamNow, a charitable organization that works with young people to develop, fund and implement their social change projects. Dev works as a Director of Partnerships for Change.org and has worked for other leading companies that do good and pay well like GOOD Corps. His work and writing have been featured in numerous media outlets including the Globe and Mail, Inc Magazine, Fast Company and the Huffington Post. He is the co-author of Making Good: Finding Meaning , Money and Community in a Changing World. Aujla divides his time between Toronto and New York.
http://makinggood.org/
@devaujla