POWER Magazine Fall 2021 issue features women who prove they can achieve their goals with passion and hard work

POWER Magazine Fall 2021 issue features women who prove they can achieve their goals with passion and hard work


Manhasset, NY, October 07, 2021 – (PR.com) – The Fall 2021 issue of POWER Magazine features amazing women who are proof that when you really want something, you can achieve it with passion and hard work . The Recognized Professional Organization of Women of Excellence publishes a quarterly digital and print magazine featuring their female POWER members as well as celebrities and “icons”. They feature successful women as well as those looking to advance in their careers. Their biographies and stories are inspiring and empowering.

About the women featured in POWER magazine
Fall is a time to take stock of our lives after the carefree summer days. Some of us are starting to focus on our career goals again, and others are stepping up to help our favorite causes. The fall issue of POWER Magazine is packed with amazing women whose stories show they achieved their goals through passion and hard work.

Cover girl, Gloria Estefan, is an international superstar. She is a singer, actress, songwriter, Grammy Award winner, author of two New York Times bestselling children’s books, philanthropist and humanitarian for underprivileged children. Gloria fled Cuba as a child and, thanks to her talent and hard work, she made her dreams come true. Then, after a terrible bus crash resulted in a fractured vertebrae and surgery, Gloria once again struggled to fight her way. She truly embodies the attributes of a tenacious woman.

At 26, Donatella Arpaia began her culinary career leaving her job as a business lawyer to follow her true vocation and passion as a chef. She wanted to recreate the amazing foods from her summers spent in Italy as a child. Today, Donatella is a chef, restaurateur, TV personality, author and entrepreneur with numerous James Beard nominations, Michelin stars and 5 star diamonds.

As a member of the Borghese family dating back to the 1100s in Siena, Italy and the daughter of Princess Amanda Borghese, Ilaria Borghese could easily have pursued a career in family businesses. However Ilaria had her own passions to propel her forward. She was able to take her love of dogs and make it the trip of her life. After having trained with two Masters, she began her career by creating a disabled equestrian center. This work led Ilaria to found Thera-Paw, Inc., a company dedicated to the manufacture of orthodontic appliances, splints and assistive devices for pets. In 2020, Ilaria co-created Vitalvet.org, the premier online platform for all specialty pet products for pet owners to meet the needs of their pets during the pandemic.

There is only one Martha Wash. Her unique voice has captured the hearts of millions of people around the world for decades with her hits “It’s Raining Men” and “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)”, to name just two of her many hits. Martha wanted to be a solo artist and established herself in the 1990s as one of the clubs’ most enduring and prolific vocalists and continues her fame today as a performer and owner of Purple Rose Records. Unhappy with how she was denied credit for her lead vocals on her albums, Martha took legal action against Black Box and C + C Music Factory. As a result of these lawsuits, record companies were forced to assign appropriate vocal credit to all albums and music videos. Martha’s efforts made her an unwitting pioneer in the industry.

Hayley Dinerman is the Executive Director of the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation® (TNBCF). After a close friend was diagnosed with the disease, Hayley knew something needed to be done. She and other friends created the foundation to educate patients, doctors and nurses about triple negative breast cancer. Hayley knew this cause needed action and she dedicated her career to creating this foundation.

Tonia DeCosimo, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of POWER and POWER Magazine is a strong supporter of breast cancer awareness. POWER sheds light on this important cause by featuring several different breast cancer charities including A World of Pink, Mondays at Racine and the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation in POWER Magazine. October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this fall issue not only features Hayley Dinerman and the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation, but also includes a list of breast cancer support resources and a survivors page. breast cancer. Additionally, POWER recognized some of these charities with fundraising efforts at its annual awards gala. The 2021 Awards Gala will take place on October 14, 2021 at the Mansion at Oyster Bay in Woodbury, New York. It is with great pride that POWER will feature several of these award winners in the fall issue of POWER magazine. This group of extraordinary women is proof that with hard work and dedication, we can all follow our passions and causes to achieve our career and philanthropic goals.

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About POWER Magazine-Professional organization of women of recognized excellence and Powerwoe.com
POWER-Professional Organization of Women of Recognized Excellence is an online organization and community. POWER Magazine is an exclusive, digital print magazine featuring celebrities and everyday working professional women. Our mission is to provide a powerful network of women who will guide, inspire and empower themselves to be the best they can be. Through our valuable services and collaboration with like-minded professionals, our members can potentially gain the recognition and exposure they deserve, as well as gain the knowledge of those who have already succeeded.


Amanda P. Whitten

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