FOF wisdom will go down in history. The things we do, the statements we make, the way we feel.
“When I was 15, I was lucky enough to be chosen to represent American Youth for UNICEF and I met Eleanor Roosevelt. I remember thinking, oh my goodness, she’s beautiful. She had a lovely smile. She was so smart. She asked great questions. I heard her speak.” Georgia Witkin, PhD, author, therapist, TV personality, NYC
“I lead a 1,400 employee organization. I am the oldest person at work, and I can keep up with them! I also think my memory, “chic-ness” and experience are varied and fun enough to continue to lead and teach. I am 68 years old and proud of it.” Dr. Vivian Baker, Superintendent of Schools, ISD, Belton, TX
“At 50 I survived Ovarian Cancer; at 52, I became a registered yoga teacher and opened my own studio; at 54 I married my college sweetheart; at 57, I produced a DVD “Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients” with Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
I’m a ballroom dance champion and a journalist. By the grace of God, I’m pretty Fab.” Lynn Felder, Winston-Salem, NC