Dr. Judith Kolva is a professional personal historian who earned a Ph.D. in the psychology and practice of personal history. Judith is comfortable and welcome in Fortune 500 boardrooms and family living rooms.
Judith helps advisors and wealth managers lead affluent families to what Jay Hughes terms “seventh generation thinking” via preserving families’ TRUE WEALTH: their human, social, and intellectual capital. TRUE WEALTH is comprised of families’ stories, values, traditions, pride, and hard-learned lessons. In a word, their history.
Judith founded Legacies in Ink in 2004. Since then she has written and produced over 30 limited edition, heirloom books for individuals, families, and family businesses. Legacies in Ink’s books are unsurpassed in the personal history industry. Judith is a member of the Association of Personal Historians and an award-winning contributor to its transformational My Words Are Gonna Linger: The Art of Personal History.
"The Friends of Broward Homeless, Inc. is a 501c3 not for profit corporation that is focused on the singular goal of ending homelessness. The board's twenty years of experience in funding & development of The Broward Outreach Center has shown that homelessness is a solvable problem....
For the second year in a row, Laurina Anderson was acknowledged by the Boys and Girls Club as one of their 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County as she is one of the leaders in the community. She has served on a number of boards, worked as a volunteer for other non-profit organizations and continues to work full time as a Life and Energy Coach.
As you can see, she knows how to kick up her heels!!
It's not all hard work and no fun being on the WEC board of directors. We allow ourselves a little levity! In the comment section below, see if you can tell us the OUTGOING President's name and the INCOMING President's name?
Hi Ladies, something neat I wanted to share with you is my Monarch Tree, a pink plant on my covered patio that seems to be a favorite for the Monarch caterpillars that I raise in my rear yard. Actually, all I do is provide the host plant, Milkweed/Butterfly Weed and the Monarchs do the rest. (Milkweed grows as a vine, as bushes, with red or yellow flowers, and also as a version called Giant Milkweed, that has large incredible looking flowers). In this particular session there appears to be the largest number of "Cats" hanging out. With the Monarch Butterfly having issues with its popluation in our world, it is something I can do to help. Yes, of course I have additional types of host plants in my yard for other varieties of butterflies. :-) It is easy to do and amazing to watch the butterflies flutter around. Barbara Moorman and her husband are also butterfly gardeners. I learned this about her at one of our Annual Retreats. :-)