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MahoganyBooks Presents: Meet the Author featuring Elizabeth White
February 10 @ 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EST
Please join us for this FREE book discussion and signing with author Elizabeth White
MahoganyBooks is excited to welcome Elizabeth White to MahoganyBooks for an intimate discussion of her new book, 55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal.
Containing over 100 online resources, 55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal is the book to read to help you navigate the emotional aspects of where you’ve landed. It is where to turn when you want to know what steps you can take to steady yourself enough to go another round.
About the Book
You’re in your fifties and sixties and have saved nothing or not nearly enough to retire. You don’t want to be blamed or shamed about it. Too late for that. What you want to know is whether there’s anything you can do now to intercept the precarious financial path you’re on. Are there actions you can take (or not take) to have a shot at a decent retirement? Fifty-five, Unemployed, and Faking Normal culls wisdom from boomers navigating the path ahead. It invites you to join with others to look beyond your immediate surroundings and circumstances to what is possible in the new normal of financial insecurity. It is the book to read before you embark on one of those weekend pre-retirement planning workshops or register online for a “get back on track” webinar that only reminds you how far behind you are. And consider starting with this book before you attend yet another “stand around” networking event that leaves you feeling worse about your situation not better.
About the Author
Elizabeth White is an author and aging solutions advocate for older adults facing uncertain work and financial insecurity. Most recently she served as Special Advisor to the Executive Director of Senior Service America. Before joining SSA, she was the Chief Operating Officer of a midsize non-profit focused on improving economic conditions in Africa. She is also an entrepreneur, having co-founded and led a chain of decorative home stores in Washington, DC, Philadelphia and New York. She began her career in international development at the World Bank.
Ms. White earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, a Masters in International Studies from Johns Hopkins University, and a BS in Political Science from Oberlin College. A self-described “army brat,” she grew up in various countries in Europe and North Africa. She resides in Washington, DC with her daughter and grandson. She is the author of 55, Unemployed, and Faking Normal.
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