Letter from the Editors
Thursday, June 15, 2017
by: Natalie Grigg, Partner, Woods Oviatt Gilman and Erica Fujimoto, Director of Default Services, Affinity Consulting Group

Section: WILLed Q2 2017 (Please click on article title to read full article)

Dear WILL Members,
April brought many of us the beauty of cherry blossoms in our nation’s capital, Washington, DC for the combined WILLPower Summit and Advocacy Day. Our 2nd WILLPower Summit was even better than last year, and has set a high bar for next year’s event. The sessions were unparalleled, and our keynote speakers, Rashmi Airan and Kathy Rentas, both brought tears to the eyes of many with their truly personal stories of perseverance in the face of adversity. See more on WILLPower in Rosalie Escobedo from Mackie Wolf Zientz & Mann’s article on the summit. We are so excited to bring you this issue of WILLed with a special focus on networking and work life balance. Some have said that work life balance is a dreaded “three letter word,” because there is no such thing. Although this may be true, we know it is critical to every woman’s sanity and ultimately to her success with her career and her personal life to strike a balance. If you recall, a few months ago we conducted a survey and asked you all questions regarding the secret behind your own work life balance, and how you do it all. In this issue, Amanda Green of the LOGS Network analyzes the WILL Survey Responses.

We also have articles on healthy eating and living while on the road traveling, getting it all done and knowing how much is too much, and using technology to organize your life. Katie Jo Keeling of McCarthy & Holthus brings us a book review on Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown. 

Looking forward to seeing you all in July at ALFN ANSWERS! Registration is open, so don’t miss out on the 15th Anniversary Celebration!

Erica and Natalie
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