I am delighted to share my latest venture with all of you. As many of you may know, my daughter, Alexis, and I are the mother-daughter (doctor-lawyer) co-founders of Elevate Gen Y. We create live events and online programming for women in their 20s and 30s to inspire and empower them to live their healthiest, happiest, most meaningful lives while giving back to their communities and the world.
On September 29th, we’re launching an online interview series called The Borrowed Wisdom World Summit. It is a free, 12-week series featuring thought leaders and celebrities, from award winning celebrity singers including Colbie Caillat, TV stars Patti Stanger from Bravo’s Millionaire Matchmaker and Carmindy from TLC’s What Not to Wear, and personal growth leaders Debra Poneman, Marci Shimoff, and Alison Armstrong, to name a few. Stay tuned…
What inspires me…
As a radio host and health journalist, I explore controversial and topical health issues that are important for people to know about, think about and share.
As a public speaker, consultant, writer, woman and mother I am passionately committed to activism and advocacy for global women’s health and safety, environmental health and the empowerment of the whole person.
As CEO and lead consultant for Good Advice Works, I use my skill set from 30 years of experience to assist others in turning their dreams into reality. Building a clientele of wonderful, innovative people is an awesome experience.
As a senior integrative health practitioner, I offer short and long term vacation relief work for chiropractic offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City. It is so joyful to lovingly care for patients while their primary provider is recuperating, attending a conference or on vacation with family.
Check out my recent Huffington Post articles –
A Theater with a Heart and Soul
Music and Sweets: A Perfect Combo for a Late Night Bakery
Music Making and Motherhood:Sara Evans in Perfect Pitch
I am the Health and Wellness Editor for Napa Valley Life Magazine.
Read one of my articles.
Join me in making healthy choices for a joyful life and being a partner with others to make positive change in our environment and world.
My motto: “Anything is possible.”
Dr. Sharon Ufberg