Jeanette Bronee is a Nourishment Coach, Author, and Speaker. In 2004, she founded Path for Life to increase our awareness of our own power for illness prevention and healing by understanding how our choices affect our bodies. For more than 10 years, she has worked with women of all ages and stages, helping them take charge of their health by shifting from fear to mindfulness. The author of EAT TO FEEL FULL AND NOURISH YOURSELF FOR GOOD, she has been featured on news programs across the country for her groundbreaking approach to getting healthy. A TED speaker on why food and mindfulness matters, she has designed an online course that helps create change in our self-care routines, as well as videos and workshops to help women make healthy choices. Path for Life is about being nourished while sharing, thriving, living and growing from within.
As co-author of the best-selling In an Instant, Lee Woodruff garnered critical acclaim for the compelling and humorous chronicle of her family’s journey to recovery following her husband Bob’s roadside bomb injury in Iraq. Appearing together on national television and radio since the February 2007 publication of their book, the couple has helped put a face on the serious issue of traumatic brain injury among returning Iraq war veterans, as well as the millions of Americans who live with this often invisible, but life-changing affliction.
They have founded the Bob Woodruff Foundation to assist wounded service members and their families. To date, the foundation has raised more than $20 million to help veterans successfully reintegrate into their communities and receive critical long-term care.
Woodruff has been a contributing reporter for “CBS This Morning” and “Good Morning America.” Her best-selling book “Perfectly Imperfect – A Life in Progress,” was followed by her first novel “Those We Love Most,” which became a New York Times best-seller and won the Washington Irving Book Award for fiction.
A freelance writer, Woodruff has penned numerous magazine articles about her family and parenting. She ran her own marketing consulting business for 16 years after leaving the PR agency world in New York, Washington DC and San Francisco.
At present, Woodruff lives in Westchester County, New York, with her husband and four children.
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