http://spiritualityofage.comCarol Orsborn is author of Fierce with Age: Chasing God and Squirrels in Brooklyn,
The Year I Saved My (downsized) Soul: A Boomer Woman's Search for Meaning -- and a Job (VN Books), Boom: Marketing to the Ultimate Power Consumer -- the Baby Boomer Woman (Brown/Orsborn, Amacom Books) and The Art of Resilience (Three Rivers Press).
Dr. Orsborn is founder of FierceWithAge, The Digest of Boomer Wisdom, Inspiration and spirituality. and a speaker on resilience, aging and marketing to Boomers. She is the Fierce with Age: Spirituality and Aging Columnist with Beliefnet.com. She also blogs regularly for marketers who resonate with her message about aging with respect rather than denigration at CarolOrsborn.com.
She is an internationally-known thought leader specializing in issues related to Boomer women, spirituality, adult development and quality of life. Orsborn was previously senior vice president with a top ten global public relations company where she co-founded the first international initiative dedicated to internal and external communications targeting the Boomer generation.
Orsborn received her Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in the area of History and Critical Theory of Religion with a special emphasis on ritual studies and has taught ethics and leadership at Georgetown , Vanderbilt and Pepperdine Universities, among others. She is a research associate with UCLA’s Center for the Study of Religion.
As founder of Superwoman’s Anonymous in the late 1980’s, Orsborn is credited for her groundbreaking work on simplicity for women seeking balance between work and personal life. Speaking to and for her generation, she has appeared on Oprah, NBC Nightly News, and on The Today Show multiple times, and has been featured in People Magazine and The New York Times, among others.