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February 14, 2017

Retirement Boom featured in BBC Capital article

November 12, 2015

Retirement Boom featured in Two Online Magazines

November 12, 2015

Retirement Boom featured in Chattanooga Times Free Press

Retirement Boom was featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press!

“We are retiring for a deliberate reason,” Foley says. “We are retiring to recalibrate our lives. We want to do what we want when we want.”

Read the full article here.

March 26, 2015

The Retirement Boom on Robin Hood Radio

Rita Headshot 2013 1The Retirement Boom Co-Author Rita Foley was interviewed by Marshall Miles on Robin Hood Radio about her upcoming book talk as part of the Sunday Speaker Series at Stockbridge Library on April 12th.  

In the interview, Rita speaks about all the options for retirement people have today – truly, a better word may be reinvention – and is a step you can take at any time in your life.  And both Rita and interviewer Marshall Miles shares his own inspiring revolutionary retirement story!

Listen to the full interview here: Rita Foley & The Retirement Boom on Robin Hood Radio and come hear Rita speak live in person on April 12th!

March 20, 2015

Cathy Allen featured in Directors & Boards Magazine

DirectorsandBoardsReboot Partner Cathy Allen was featured in a recent article in Directors and Boards Magazine sharing her wisdom on how to succeed as a women corporate board member- specifically, how to “demystify” the other board members right at the beginning of your involvement.  Cathy describes her process:

 “Before I even get to a first meeting, I talk to every single board member as well as the general counsel and the senior executives in the company. I want to know not just how the company operates, but also the politics of the board, so that I’ll have a sense of who people are and how they coalesce. Then, during that first board meeting, it’s best not to say a lot; rather, listen and watch the body language and interactions among directors. By the second meeting, you’re ready to participate because you understand the board on three levels: intellectual (what’s being talked about), emotional (what are the hotspots or issues), and interest (who’s really engaged).”

Read the full article here: Cathy Allen in Directors & Boards Magazine