Barbara Hannah Grufferman is an award-winning, nationally recognized advocate for positive living and the author of Love Your Age: The Small-Step Solution to a Better, Longer, Happier Life, published by National Geographic and AARP. Dr. Oz said of her previous book, The Best of Everything After 50: “Every once in a while a book comes across your desk, and you just have to pick it up. This is one of them!” Diane von Furstenberg called Love Your Age a must-read resource. She is a contributor to Growing Bolder. Thrive Global, and AARP, has appeared on the Today Show, CBS Morning Show, Good Morning America, The Doctors, The Talk, Dr. Phil, NPR, The Dr. Oz Show on Sirius Radio, OWN, the Oprah Channel, many local radio and TV shows, and was most recently a guest on Live with Kelly & Ryan to talk about aging beautifully. Believing that there was a huge gap of information about menopause, Barbara partnered with a leading endocrinologist and launched Menopause Cheat Sheet, a weekly newsletter that focuses on everything women need to know to navigate the explosive changes caused by menopause. Barbara travels around the country speaking to groups on health, nutrition, career, fitness, sex and other topics related to positive and healthy aging. She is a recipient of the Generations of Strength Award from the National Osteoporosis Foundation, the country’s leading authority and resource on osteoporosis and low bone density, for her outspoken support of positive and healthy aging in America, and serves as Bone Health Ambassador and trustee. She is also Ambassador for HealthyWomen.org, a highly regarded website dedicated to the health of women through our lives. Grufferman, a proud mother of two daughters, lives in New York City with her husband and rescued dog. A passionate advocate for moving your body throughout the day, Barbara started running at 50 and has completed nine marathons, one Ultramarathon, and countless smaller races, all since turning 50.