Eat First, Cry Later
by Mimi Barash Coppersmith
The Life Lessons of a First-Generation College Graduate, Penn State Alumna and Female CEO
All profits from the sales of Eat First, Cry Later will be donated to Pennsylvania State University to support study abroad scholarships in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications.
Here’s what people are saying about Eat First, Cry Later and Mimi Barash Coppersmith…
“I worked for Mimi for 30 years. She set goals and did whatever it took to reach them. She put her creative skills to work to create business solutions. Mimi took over a fledgling business at a time when women rarely were in charge. She succeeded because she treated vendors, clients, and employees in a firm but fair fashion. Her success motivated me. Mimi gave me the environment and direction to succeed.”
“No one has been more influential on the State College community and the ‘town and gown’ relationship for Penn State than Mimi Barash Coppersmith. She has been a neighbor, friend, connector, diplomat, influencer and leader for decades. Her influence has been positive and lasting for the University and for the community. Her success and wisdom — shared in this book — are inspiring and motivating.”
“I value Mimi’s generosity of time to advise and empower women like me who have a vision but are just beginning to find their voice in their profession. Through stories of her life and a genuine compassion for a thriving community, she helps me feel unstoppable in my efforts to create a great science center. What an inspiration!”