Susan chats with Shelly Drymon about redesigning her life after 50 and showing up for other women to do the same. Shelly’s professional life included years as a Social Worker supporting children in the welfare system, along with her ability to seek out grants and private funding for a host of programs to serve girls and restorative justice. Shelly knows the importance of being a guiding light for others and now she is shining that light on her own life and leading by example. No longer interested in hearing about self-help mantras, Shelly is writing her own story and sharing it with the world. One size does not fit all, so stop trying to fit into someone else box.
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