Sunday, November 11, 2007 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Marriott Marquis Hotel • Times Square
1535 Broadway @ 45th Street • New York City
Tickets may be purchased at the door for $10.00
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At age 23, Sherrie Mathieson (formerly Sherrie Sucher) was the youngest person ever to be accepted as a Costume Design member of United Scenic Artists. Since that time -- over three decades ago -- she has made an indelible mark as an expert, award-winning Costume Designer and Fashion Stylist.

Working at the top of her field in feature films, TV movies, industrial films, music videos, TV specials, print fashion work, and commercials, she has provided style consultations to Academy Award-winning actors and directors, sports figures, comedians, rock stars, dancers, industry leaders, among many, many others.

Today, Sherrie maintains a thriving business as a Style Consultant. She works with clients all over the country and travels regularly to give seminars.

Her book, “Forever Cool” is a guide for those who are asking, “How can I look great and still be age-appropriate?” and will forever change the look of middle age!



Renee Lee Rosenberg
Five O’Clock Club Career Coach and
Author of “Achieving the Good Life After 50”

Renée Lee Rosenberg, MA. LMHC, an engaging speaker, trainer, consultant, career counselor and leadership management coach. Her specialties include navigating retirement, moving through career transition and change and developing successful job search strategies. She has trained Japanese executives in Tokyo and New York and is an international speaker on leadership issues including team building and effective communication skills to enhance motivation and moral.

A former vice president of the Association of Career Professionals International New York chapter, she is on the executive board of the New York Career Development Specialists Network, is a senior certified Five O’Clock Club career coach, a licensed mental health counselor and a member of the National Speakers Association.

Renée maintains a private career counseling practice, coaching job seekers and career changers on all levels and has helped hundreds plan for their retirement. Speaking frequently nationally and internationally her dynamic, fun presentations focus on using humor and positive thinking as career and life tools.

Author of “Achieving the Good Life after 50: Tools and Resources for Making it Happen” (May, 2007), she has personally experienced the retirement journey and now specializes in helping others successfully do the same.  


Author of “Forever Cool”