Rose Caiola Interview Series with the AHA's Go Red For Women®️

In celebration of National Nutrition Month, we are excited to officially launch our INTERVIEW SERIES in conjunction with AHA’s Go Red for Women. Rose is not only the founder of Rewire Me and business woman, she is also a dedicated member of the New York City American Heart Association Board of Directors and Go Red for Women Leadership Team.

Every 80 seconds, a woman dies of heart disease or stroke. Rose is committed to changing this statistic and helping all women live a healthy, meaningful life. Join Rose and her guests as she highlights the stories of NYC women of strengthto shed light on real experiences and to share key takeaways to help YOU advocate for your health!


The first podcast features the courageous story of Clarisa Alayeto, Bronx-native and advocate for nutritious eating and exercise. Clarisa’s recent testimony in front of the New York City Council helped the American Heart Association achieve a historic legislative win. Just yesterday, the City Council passed the New York City Healthy Kids’ Meals Bill that will make healthy drinks like water and milk the default beverages on Children’s Menus in 24,000 restaurants across the five boroughs.


In this episode Rose speaks with Annabelle Jimenez, a Queens mom who took control of her health and is living a personal health mission to empower her family and friends. Many followers of Go Red NYC will remember Annabelle as the  recipient of the 2018 New York Lifestyle Change Award.


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