March 16, 2016 – Kirby facilitated a discussion between sisters Rebecca, Lady and Cecil Booth that shared fascinating stories of how their individual professions and passions have brought them love and togetherness in unexpected ways.


Kirby Adams, upon graduating from Trinity University, has worked in a career that allows her to explore the lives of fascinating people, cover 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 now is a feature writer for The Courier-Journal.

Cecil Booth is president of Beauty Booth, LLC, a company she co-founded with her sister Dr. Rebecca Booth. She began her career in the beauty industry, including 20 years in marketing and management at a Fortune 500 global beauty company. She has successfully launched brands and developed new products utilizing innovative ingredients and packaging. She has also directed global strategy to ensure success in international markets. She has extensively studied the skin care market and has an understanding of consumer needs and drivers as well as a personal passion for the beauty category. The synergy of her background with her sister’s experience as a doctor and hormonal wellness expert, led to their development of the breakthrough new skin care line: VENeffect. She earned a BA from the University of Kentucky, an MA in advertising from Northwestern University and resides in Chicago.

About Cecil and Rebecca Booth’s skincare product, VenEffect