HELEN POWERS is a legendary, internationally recognized Fit Model and Technical Consultant, Lifestyle Advocate and Spokesperson. Helen has been featured on CNN – News, CBS News’ “The Early Show”, Fox 5 – with Patti Labelle, Inside Edition with Susan Lucci, TV Guide Channel-for Yogilates, Canada’s “The Shopping Channel” and more. Currently Helen is enjoying Co-Hosting What Women Want on LA Talk Radio with the incomparable and dynamic Host Judy Goss.

Helen has been represented by several of the world’s top modeling agencies including Ford New York and IMG. Helen has traveled the world for over 30 years working with Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Max Mara, Saks Fifth Avenue, and other designers in the fashion industry.


Will you support me for the JDRF walk on 9/27/15 to help CREATE A WORLD WITHOUT TYPE 1 DIABETES…

DONATE: http://www2.jdrf.org/goto/HelenPowersLaurenPowers

Please donate on my site, or you can give me a check or cash in person, or send over a check, written out to “JDRF”.

My lovely daughter Lauren developed Type 1 Diabetes when she was 15 years old, an autoimmune disease in which a person’s pancreas loses the ability to produce insulin—a hormone essential to turn the food we eat into the energy we need to sustain life. T1D strikes both children and adults suddenly and is unrelated to diet and lifestyle. It requires constant carbohydrate counting, blood-glucose testing and lifelong dependence on insulin, whether inhaled, pumped or injected. It is a leading cause of blindness, kidney, heart, and circulatory disease. It’s really not fun!

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Helen with Emmy nominated top lifestyle expert and author Mar Jennings at his estate Rosebrook Gardens at an Over 40 Females event in Connecticut.

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Helen’s video shoot for Ivanhoe Productions national medical news segment.

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NBC News Connecticut September 2014
Helen NBC News shoot September 2014

Gurjot Video Shoot NYC September 2014
Gurjot video shoot Friday September 19 2014


This excellent CNN profile detailed Helen’s work as a fit model.