Whitney Cardosi  | Arbonne

Tell us about YOU!!  Hi! I’m Whitney. I was raised in San Diego, California but moved to the Boston area nine years ago with my then fiancé who is a native of Wakefield, Ma. We currently live in West Peabody with our daughters- Kennedy, 7 and Stevie, 3. I’ve always been an entrepreneur at heart- I grew my business wings for 7 years with Enterprise Rent a Car and dabbled in other endeavors like blogging before I found Arbonne. In 2018, After 15 years in the corporate automotive industry and having my second daughter, I decided to pursue my business with Arbonne full time. I am in love with my business and the products I offer my clients but my passion lies in helping moms rewire their relationship with food. I love working out, social media, golf (on the rare occasion I can play), and Mexican Food. My family and I love camping in the summer and traveling both to the West Coast to see my family and to new destinations whenever we can. My favorite family vacation so far was to Montego Bay, Jamaica.

What makes you different/stand out in your industry? I am obsessed with inspiring moms to prioritize their health. Through my nutrition coaching and social media, I encourage moms to put themselves first. You can’t pour from an empty cup and prioritizing your health is not selfish. In fact, it’s the most important thing you can do for you and your family. I help women focus on the non-scale victories and develop an intuitive relationship with food so that they can be freed from the shackles of the scale and calorie counting.

What do your clients love about you?  I always keep it real- health and wellness is a journey not a destination and I try to show up as real as possible to demonstrate that. I’m crazy about customer service and making sure my clients are happy with their products and more importantly, their results. I’m also their forever coach and will shop up for them long after they’ve worked with me or purchased a product. Whether it be through social media, text message or a phone call, I’m there to help!

What is the best advice you can share with others?  Make your goal to live to 100. When you shift your thinking from “how can I lose weight” to “how can I live as long as possible” it makes food and health choices easy. It’s not longer about deprivation, it’s about nourishing your body the best you can so you can be here for all of life’s incredible moments.

How has the Women’s Business League helped you? It has taught me the value of networking as a vehicle for cultivating relationships and knowledge and not just for a sale. WBL makes me proud to be a female entrepreneur!

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Whitney Cardosi