Leeza Gibbons is one of the best-known and most well-loved pop-culture icons on the air and at the top of her game. As a wife, mother, and businesswoman, she has always shared her experiences with her audience. The spectrum of Leeza's career in entertainment and news media-combined with her stunning hands on advocacy for health care, wellness, and caregivers—is diverse and impressive. Her on-camera hosting dominance in entertainment-news and talk-show arenas ranges from the most popular entertainment news show in history, Entertainment Tonight; to her award winning daytime talk show, Leeza; to, currently, the syndicated TV news magazine show America Now and the weekly TV news show My Generation on PBS. Recognized as a social entrepreneur, Leeza has become one of the leading voices for issues facing family caregivers. After her family's experience with her mother's and grandmother's Alzheimer's disease, Leeza took action. Her training as a journalist united with her compassion and business savvy when she created the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, a 501(c)(3); and its signature programs, Leeza's Place and Leeza's Care Connection, which offer free services for family caregivers. Over the years, Leeza has become known as a trusted girlfriend, valued confidante, and source of inspiration and information to empower women to show up for their lives with confidence and pride. Whether it's her scrapbook line honoring the value of memories, her jewelry collection to symbolize transformation, or her beauty products to reveal inner and outer beauty, Leeza develops programs and products to help women claim their strength and rewrite the story of their lives.