Tag Archives : Mary Moss Greenebaum

Health

Dr. Pat Accepts a Presidential Award at the American Medical Women’s Association Gala

By Women's Voices For Change
Patricia Allen had a certain confidence, developed under the affectionate eye of Mary Moss Greenebaum, the vibrant cultural pioneer who founded the Kentucky Author Forum. “Mary taught me how to be a mentor," Dr. Pat says. "She gave me advice about how to dress, what to talk about . . . Once, after I had acquired a particularly attractive pair of shoes, Mary said to me, ‘Pat, dear—you know, a lady’s shoes never talk.’"
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News

WOMANPOWER 2013

By Women's Voices For Change
It is our mission—and pleasure—to celebrate women who are flourishing in the second half of life. For a start-of-the-year dose of inspiration, we offer WVFC’s 2013 profiles of women who impress us—“Women Who’ve Made a Difference.”
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Money & Careers

Mary Moss Greenebaum, a Woman Who’s Made a Difference

By Women's Voices For Change
Mary Moss Greenebaum knew, to her regret, that “the world sees Kentucky as a hopeless state.” She had a galvanizing idea—to set up a nationally recognized Author Forum, bringing the world’s great authors and thinkers to Louisville and matching them with equally distinguished interviewers. “I knew right away that each session should be interviews between two great minds,” she tells us. But the "powers that be" said it couldn't be done.
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Fashion & Beauty

Report from a Quick Dinner: Multi-tasking is Women’s Work

By Patricia Yarberry Allen, M.D.
by Patricia Yarberry Allen Dinner for three turned into dinner for five, as so often happens with women as we think of another way to network and mentor.  We over 40 understand the magic of unexpected encounters. Jacki Lyden, of National Public Radio fame, invited me to join a dinner last night with a mutual friend (and the owner of…
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