Your Best Life
Nourish your soul, sharpen your mind, and strengthen your
body. A new program being offered exclusively by the Alumnae
Association of Smith College will help you do all three.
“Your Best Life,” an educational symposium on
women’s health and well-being, scheduled for June 21
through 24 on campus, will bring together Smith faculty and
prominent alumnae in the medical and health professions.
Over three days, you’ll learn strategies for living
a more balanced life, simple and effective ways to exercise
your body and mind, and the latest news on medical issues
important to women’s health.
Speakers include Dominique
Toran-Allerand ’55, professor
of pathology and cell biology, obstetrics and gynecology
at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons;
Barbara Brehm-Curtis, professor of exercise and sport studies
at Smith; Carolyn Scerbo Kaelin ’83, physician and
founding director of Brigham and Women's Breast Health Center;
and Deborah Hoadley ’75, a specialist in preventive
medicine and director of Heron Pond Health and Wellness in