Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Empty Nest Powerhouses - Rise to Power after Kids have left

Interesting take  on powerful women in Washington and how they rose to power after their kids went to college leaving them to really reach their full potential.  

Profiles range from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers  (who knew she had a kid at Yale and is 50, wow) to former Kansas Governor, now Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius. 

Empty Nest Powerhouses - The Daily Beast

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Left: White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers


Anonymous said...

If that is the case, that means I'll reach the peak of my power when I'm say.....65 years old!

Buffyfan said...

Its never too late. Remember Julia Child did not start cooking until she was 50 and Gloria Steinam married in her 60s.

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