Sunday, June 08, 2008

Celebrities Join Women on the Move Event

Actresses Debbie Zipp and Bern Nadette Stanis will headline a Women's Business and Social Networking Seminar/Luncheon on October 18 in Durham, North Carolina.

The event, sponsored by the non-profit organization Boomer Diva Nation, LLC,comes on the heels of their successful Baby Boomer Girlfriend’s Spring Break weekend this past April in Daytona Beach. Author and Radio Host Beverly Mahone is its Founder.

Mahone says Zipp and Stanis will share their stories of pursuing their passions at midlife and offer tips for women who may be in a life transition. Both actresses are members of Boomer Diva Nation.

Zipp is probably best known for her recurring role as “Donna” on the hit TV show, Murder She Wrote. Today she has spread her wings as a talented Producer and teamed up with three other Hollywood actresses to form In The Trenches Productions. They call it “The first entertainment website celebrating the power and beauty of women over 40.”

Stanis played the character “Thelma” on the TV sitcom, Good Times. Since then she has written two books and is currently traveling around the country promoting them.

In addition to the appearances of the celebrity actresses, a gynecologist will be on hand to answer questions regarding menopause and other health-related issues. A mini-concert will be performed by gospel recording artist Jennifer Evans and there will be trivia contests for prizes. The first 50 women who register will receive Diva-licious gift bags.

The event will be held at the Durham Arts Council Building, 120 Morris Street, in downtown Durham. To learn more about how you can participate as a Sponsor or attendee in another fabulous event sponsored by the Women of Boomer Diva Nation, send an email to: or call 301-356-6280.

To pre-register, go to:

About Boomer Diva Nation, LLC:

Boomer Diva Nation, LLC is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health and wellness, business and social networking for women aged 40 and beyond. For more information, contact Beverly Mahone at 301-356-6280 or via email:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Will there be a women's business network like this in Dallas?