Karen Wagner and Erica Baird founded Lustre after they retired from their successful careers as corporate lawyers. Wagner was the first female litigation partner at a major New York City law firm and Baird was the first female partner in the General Counsel’s office of a Big Six accounting firm. Lustre is designed to change attitudes about older women and retirement and create a new picture of what retirement can look like. In addition to Lustre, Wagner’s retirement includes obtaining her pilot’s license; Baird’s includes taking design courses. They both serve on nonprofit boards.
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A conversation with Longevity Innovator and Nobel winner Elizabeth Blackburn
This special report will include storytelling, news and information about how to plan for the end of your life in a way that meets your own goals and preferences.