Life takes practice! And though they don’t always come wrapped in a shiny red bow, the lessons we learn along the way are invaluable gifts that are worth sharing. Here are a few noteworthy examples featured in this issue:
I HOPE YOU DANCE
TO DESCRIBE MY MOTHER
Flip on over to PAGE 14 where we sit down with Michele Edwards, owner of Studio 73 Dance in Huntersville. Entering her 22nd season, see how Michele has adapted during pandemic and how her faith, family, and gratitude are stronger than ever.
WOULD BE TO
Karen Kleiner, owner of Anatomywise Pilates and Movement Center in Denver, is a great example of reinventing yourself … even in midlife! After working in the medical arena for 25 years, Karen began to prioritize her health and her career path, and Anatomywise was born.
A HURRICANE IN ITS PERFECT POWER. OR THE CLIMBING, FALLING COLORS OF A RAINBOW.”
MEET MAY’S COVER GIRL
Some people become leaders after years of practice and mindfulness; for others, taking the reins just comes naturally. Dr. Julianne Colvin, partner and dentist at Crawford & Colvin Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in Huntersville, is most deﬁnitely the latter. We catch up with Julianne on PAGE 22 w
Jackie Sipe, VP of operations at Griffin Insurance, is a North Carolina native who has navigated her life and career with faith and tenacity. Jackie shares some of her insights with our readers on PAGE 30.
L AK ENORMAN
BORN TO LEAD
May 2021 Lake Norman Woman Magazine