Please join Kentucky to the World on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 for an engaging discussion as three highly successful, native Louisville sisters – an MD and author, an attorney, and a beauty marketing executive – bring to the stage fascinating stories of how their individual professions and passions have brought them love and togetherness in unexpected ways.
Rebecca Booth, MD
Rebecca Booth, MD, is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, entrepreneur and author. Recognized nationally as an expert in hormonal wellness, she wrote The Venus Week: Discover the Powerful Secret of Your Cycle At Any Age. She founded VENeffect, an anti-aging skin care line with her sister and beauty industry veteran, Cecil Booth. Dr. Booth earned a BGS from the University of Kentucky and an MD from University of Louisville School of Medicine. She resides in Louisville.
Lady Booth Olson
Lady Booth Olson is an attorney living in Virginia. She practiced tax law in New York and Louisville, KY, where she also co-founded Meridian Home Medical, LLC in 1995. Since 2009, Lady has been actively involved in the marriage equality movement, with husband Ted, from the start of the landmark Perry case challenging Proposition 8 in California. She earned her BS from the University of Kentucky, JD from Georgetown University Law Center and an LLM Law degree in taxation from NYU.
Cecil Booth is president of Beauty Booth, LLC, a company she co-founded with her sister Dr. Rebecca Booth. VENeffect® is their company’s breakthrough anti-aging skincare line. Cecil’s career includes 20 years in marketing and global strategy as well as the management at a Fortune 500 global beauty company. She earned a BA from the University of Kentucky, an MA in advertising from Northwestern University and resides in Chicago.
About the Event
The event will be Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at the Henry Clay Building (604 S. 3rd St.). The reception starts at 5:00 and program at 6:00. Tickets are $25, which includes appetizers by Wiltshire Pantry, water and soft drinks. There will be a cash bar. Order tickets online here – tickets will not be sold at the door.
Since graduating from Trinity University Kirby Adams has worked in a career which has allowed her to explore the lives of fascinating people, a multitude of newsworthy events and topics and to travel across the globe. She settled down in Louisville after being asked to spend a year at WHAS 11 working with the television show Louisville Tonight Live. During that year she met a Louisville man, they married and had two daughters and Kirby extended that year to 20.
She is a avid supporter of health and fitness with plenty of personal experience having ranked in the top 75 female marathon runners in the United States, finished 8th in the US cycling Olympic Trials and won the Texas State Triathlon and Biathlon titles.
Today she writes features for the Courier Journal and feels blessed to have found a career which has spanned 30 years and says “nearly every day is different, exciting and truly a joy.”