Image courtesy of @nastialiukin for @womenshealthmag.
Image courtesy of @nastialiukin for @womenshealthmag.

Olympic Gold-Medalist + Entrepreneur Nastia Liukin to Keynote WELL Summit 2018

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As a five-time Olympic Medalist, gymnast Nastia Liukin has dedicated her life to setting dream-worthy goals and working tirelessly to achieve them. She was an inspiration for women and girls across the world as she rose to the top of the U.S. gymnastics scene, claiming the individual all-around gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Now, she’ll bring her charisma and insight on second chapters, pushing boundaries and finding meaning to a Keynote Conversation with WELL Editor-in-Chief Nicolle Mackinnon at WELL Summit 2018 in Brooklyn on Oct. 5.

Image courtesy of @nastialiukin.

Nastia’s Keynote Conversation will not only explore her success as an Olympic champion and entrepreneur, but will also tap into the years in between where she was faced with adversity, the unknown and defeat. She’ll share personal stories and experiences, and discuss how life’s defining moments aren’t always the moments of success and triumph.

Having officially retired from gymnastics in 2012, Nastia has moved into the next chapter of her life. She’s set her sights on inspiring, empowering and connecting the next generation of female leaders with her app, Grander.

Follow along with Nastia’s journey on her website and social media channels, where she shares the behind-the-scenes of her business, travels, fitness and health routines, personal style, and everything in between—and join us at WELL Summit 2018 to hear her in person.

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