Anne Marie Bowler left work one day last week to enjoy dinner with a friend at a sidewalk café “before the sun went down,” she says. Recently she ducked out of the office to attend a charity golf outing. And Ms. Bowler also likes to make time for long evening bike rides through Central Park.
Anne Marie Bowler invited to participate as an Executive Task Force Member in the Wall Street Journal’s Women In The Economy Conference, April 2012.
There’s been a lot of debate about whether working moms “can have it all.” But all this talk has got singles saying they’d also like to have a better life outside of work. Host Michel Martin discusses single women who want to get “off the fast track” with columnist Sue Shellenbarger and lawyer Anne Marie Bowler.Continue Reading..
Gabay speaks at Insurance Broker’s Market Pulse Conference on insurance regulatory issues, March 2012.
Five and a half years ago, after spending years as commercial litigation lawyers at Proskauer Rose in New York City, Sari Gabay-Rafiy and Anne Marie Bowler decided to strike out on their own. They started Gabay-Rafiy & Bowler more as a lifestyle choice than a money-making venture. The first year in business, Ms. Gabay-Rafiy said, she made “just enough to pay the babysitter.”