Ann Romney to Join SiriusXM’s Leading Ladies Series

Ann Romney to Join SiriusXM's Leading Ladies Series
Ann Romney to Join SiriusXM’s Leading Ladies Series

SiriusXM announced that Ann Romney, the former First Lady of Massachusetts, will be the featured guest on the next installment of the “SiriusXM Leading Ladies” special series.

The program offers candid conversations with influential and inspiring women who have forged their own paths to leadership and success.

In a conversation with SiriusXM’s Press Pool host Julie Mason, Mrs. Romney discussed her experiences living with multiple sclerosis and her compelling new memoir, In This Together: My Story.

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The event took place at SiriusXM’s Washington, D.C. headquarters and will debut on P.O.T.U.S. (channel 124) on Friday, October 9th at 3:00pm ET.

In addition to being a powerful voice in her husband Mitt Romney’s 2012 run for the White House, Mrs. Romney has been an outspoken figure for Americans living with chronic disease.

In this one-hour special, Mrs. Romney opened up to Mason about how she first discovered she had MS and the impact it had on her life.

She also revealed that Jeb Bush did not push the Romneys out of the 2016 race, and the reason she turned down “Dancing with The Stars.”

Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: SIRI) is a radio broadcaster.

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