Erica discusses her experience transitioning from a busy work life to the new status of “retired,” what she did to define herself in this new role and how she’s working to change the image of retired folks and what retirement can be.
Lustre co-founders Erica Baird and Karen Wagner speak to Thrive Global about their fight to modernize retirement.
The Lustre co-founders pen an editorial on the potential for retired women to be the retail industry's saviors.
Lustre co-founders, Karen and Erica joined Columbia Women in Business for their speaker series.
The Silver Women sit down with the Lustre co-founders to talk about Lustre's start, mission, and the women who inspire them.
The second article in our four-part series on boomer women professional and retirement.
Our third Next Avenue article on Retired Professional Women, finding work and a new identity was picked up in Forbes
Read our letter to the editor in response to the NY Times article “ I Am (an Older) Woman. Hear Me Roar.”
MeiMei Fox at Forbes.com talks to Lustre co-founders Erica Baird and gets their top 5 tips on how to make the most of your retirement.
Next Act for Women talks to Lustre's co-founders, Karen Wagner and Erica Baird about why they started Lustre, why we need to continue challenging images of older women and retirement and shared advice for women facing these issues.
Lustre co-founders share their ideas with CoveyClub on the #MeToo movement, and show that sexual assault is not just a women's issue.
Lustre co-founders share their story with The Story Exchange 1,000+ Stories Project about their mission to challenge old attitudes and reflect the power, style, energy and engagement of retired women.
Our second Next Avenue article on adjusting to retirement and ways to get over that hump was featured in Forbes
Lustre co-founders' third article which is part of a four-part series on Retired Professional Women, finding work and a new identity.
We responded to Simon Kuper and his article which wrongly intimates that those of us over 65 are the passive problem.
Forbes profiled Lustre and our mission to create a new image of twenty first century retirement for modern women.
Lustre co-founders Erica Baird and Karen Wagner talk to Baby Boomster about why they started Lustre and continuing to defy stereotypes.
Lustre's co-founders served as panelists for the annual Stern Women in Business Conference's CONSIDER THE POSSIBILITIES: CAREER SWITCHING AT ANY STAGE panel.
Lustre co-founders share with Online Retail Today their ideas on the influence Baby Boomer women can have in saving the retail industry.
Lustre co-founders writes a four-part, weekly series about boomer women professionals and retirement. Published every Monday on Next Avenue for all of July.
Our Next Avenue article on baby boomer women professionals and retirement was picked up in Forbes.
This is our last article, which is part of a four-part series on Next Avenue
Our interview with Andrea Hammer of the Your Life radio show and podcast.