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Stasia Krahling
Three Generations in Banking

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Kim Shores
Watching Over Your Wealth

I was pleased to speak with Kim Shores, Private Wealth Advisor with Wells Fargo's Private Bank.  Kim has been in the banking industry for 30 years.  "I started on the East Coast in the '90s working for NationsBank, which then became Bank of America.  I worked there for 15 years and helped build out their private lending platform." A new concept at the time, Kim was part of a team that created the predecessor to what exists today in most major banks.

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Inside Our Pages


Carnival in Mazatlan
By Robin Dohrn-Simpson

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Empowered Latinas Come Together
to Empower Others

By Maggie Ramos

What is the story?  Today my story is about empowering fellow Latinas.  We are a minority that, more often than not, is left behind.  But on August 20th, MANA de North County San Diego gathered in San Marcos with many eager participants at ONE SAFE PLACE to host their First Annual National Latina Day Conference, aimed at Latinas empowering each other to move ahead in life.

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Stress and Weight Loss
By Stephanie Lee

Often, when we consider Stress Management, our first thought is to completely eliminate stress in our lives. However, the truth of the matter is we need a certain degree of stress to achieve many goals. Yes, I know it’s hard to imagine that stress can be a good thing. Don’t you just wish it didn’t exist at all?  Well, following are a few examples of where stress can be a benefit to us. 

Working out or exercising stresses our body which helps us grow physically by getting stronger and more flexible muscles. 

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Earthquakes and Wildfires and Snakes.
Oh My!

By Judith A. Habert

When the decision was made for our family to relocate to San Diego there were many of our New York family and friends who were aghast at the idea.  “Why would you move there, you will die in an Earthquake.”  First off let me say that New Yorkers are excitable creatures by nature, so this very dismal response to a statement we made was not unexpected.  Of course, there were a few who were more positive.  Their response was, “Wow, that is awesome, I hear that San Diego is absolutely beautiful, but hopefully you will not die in an earthquake.”

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Carly Castillon
Bringing Beauty to Life

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Carly Castillon is an amazing artist who knew from the time she was a young girl that she wanted to be an artist.  It wasn't only a desire but an obvious choice.  "My parents were always very supportive of my career choice.  When I was in first grade, my teacher told my parents that they needed to get me into art classes because I was the only child in class who drew the classroom in perspective.  All the other kids were just drawing a flat desk.  I had three-dimensional and vanishing points."

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Why Women Need to Focus More on Their Retirement
By Leigh Singleton

According to a recent data survey conducted by digital banking platform, Monifi, 85% of men are actively saving a portion of their income, while only 77% of women are currently able to put away the same portion of finances. Leigh Singleton, Director of Financial Education, shares her top three tips for ensuring women are budgeting, saving, and preparing their finances to keep up with their male counterparts!

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When most little girls are eight years of age, their main interests are sleepovers and Barbie dolls; this was not the case for Stasia Krahling.  Growing up with a legacy of banking professionals in her family, Stasia's interest was deep-seated in the financial industry as the third generation of bankers, "My Grandfather, Father, and Mother were all in the financial industry and worked for Wells Fargo, so it was almost a natural progression for me to work for this organization that had been such a great part of my family for generations."

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After Christmas festivities and Valentine’s romance, it’s time for atonement. That atonement, according to the Catholic Church, is Lent, a 40-day period of fasting, abstinence, and repentance, leading up to Easter. As a sign of sacrifice, devotion, and personal strength, millions of people worldwide give up something. However, before the hardships, foregone pleasures, and sacrifices begin, many countries celebrate with music, food, alcohol, and fun. This celebration is called Carnival, Carnaval, or Mardi Gras.

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Our Past Issues


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Meet  Cover Girl Glace Ziperovich


Immigrating from Brazil at the tender age of 23.  She was all alone and  unable to speak the language, but Glace  was determined to make a success of herself in her new country.  She did just that!  She earned multiple degrees and became a teacher.  Then moved on to start her own business opening an elite fitness studio in Poway, which was a huge success until COVID reared its ugly head shutting down gyms throughout the state.  Now she is manufacturing and selling one of the best Plant Based Protein Drinks around.  You will be amazed when you read the determination of this young woman to never let anything get her down and to use her positive attitude to reach for the stars.  

Check out our special feature on the historic El Camino Country Club in North County.  The club is on land purchased from  Olympic Skater and Actress Sonja Henie and Child Star and Diplomat Shirley Temple. It is a hidden paradise you will want to check out!

In the mood to shop? Check out our Summer Shopping Spectacular.  So much to buy, so little time.

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Meet Cover Girl Cindy Salas Murphy. 


You will love learning how this woman found a way to solve a major healthcare issue with her company WithHealth,® Inc. Cindy is the epitome of a strong, intelligent, and resourceful woman.  She is a single mom who left a well-paying position with great benefits and stability to forge her way to the top of the healthcare industry.  You will love reading her story.

Read about what women have accomplished since the origin of San Diego Woman over 15 years ago. 

Take a trip through the Czech Republic with its beautiful scenery and wonderful traditions, and get motivated by reading what the rest of our Women of Distinction have accomplished.

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Meet Cover Girl Amy Haber


You will love reading about this amazing woman and a career that has led to her current position as Senior Vice President of Sales and Education with the well-known and respected SENTÉ Skin Care.


Leading With Love is exactly how Amy motivates her staff and the success she has achieved will motivate all of our readers.

Our Ask Dr. Sudi column is full of advice on how to stay healthy and safe during the winter months.  We have taken her message to heart and are following her invaluable information so we can all stay healthy and so should you!

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Meet Cover Girl Windus Fernandez Brinkkord.


If you are looking for a financial professional who will guide you on the road to a secure financial future look no further than Windus. After you read her story you will love her as much as we do.

Women are making great inroads in the area of professional sports.  Read about Samantha Gilmore New York Mets Motivational Performance Coach.  Leading the way for women working in the world of Professional sports. 

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Denise Arand graced the cover of San Diego Woman Magazine. She shared the secrets of a secure and prosperous future in her feature. Don't forget to read her book Wine, Women & Wealth.  It is a must read for all!


Our special Author's Issue is crammed full of great books from great authors. Everything from self help, to great romances, to science fiction adventures and much more.  

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Meet our cover girl Citadel Penn wearing a beautiful design by Kenneth Barliss and photographed by Monique Hoppe. 


Citadel is a financial planner who goes out of her way to protect the financial future of her clients.  You will love to read how she got to where she is today.



Dr Shashita Inamdar and Dr Sudi

Meet two amazing women who are top physicians, not only in San Diego but globally.  You will be amazed at what these two women have accomplished and continue to accomplish.

Dr. Shashita Inamdar is the Medical Director of Achieve Concierge and Achieve TMS and has brought cutting edge Holistic treatment for Healing Mind, Body, and Spirit, not only to San Diego, but throughout the World.

Dr. Sudabeh Moein is the owner of Moein Health and a new addition to Achieve Concierge.  She is a Physician, Inventor and Global Advocate for Women's Health.


Kiko is the COO of Doctor Multimedia, the leading medical marketing company in the industry according to Google. Learn more about Kiko and how she has helped them gain their current level of success.

In this special expanded issue, you will find an incredible number of outstanding women who share their stories with us.

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Dr. Tess Mauricio graces the cover of our Education Issue.  Read about her husband Dr. James' discovery of supplements to help improve brain health after suffering a traumatic brain tumor.

This issue is stock full of information, education and entertainment.  Click on the cover to read the digital version now.

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Lonnie Murray, one of the only Female Sports Agents in the country, graces our cover.  How fitting when the issue is "San Diego Woman Magazine's Inspirational Women Issue."

You will be amazed when you read how she managed to become tops in a field that is primarily dominated by men.

Take a Look at Our 10th Anniversary Issue

Fran Drescher aka "The Nanny"  Helps Us Celebrate!

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