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I love a man with a great sense of humor and who is intelligent - a man who has a great smile. I like a man who is very ambitious and driven and who has a good heart and makes me feel safe.
My sense is that the biggest challenge women tend to face in her position is the change in attraction which can come from being with men who aren’t likely to want to marry her.
As the old joke goes: you don’t have to beat the bear, you just have to beat the other camper.
Based on what I have read from men looking for wives in their 30s or later the two key traits you can bring to the table are humility (to a degree) and a serious attitude about marriage.
If you can pull a man who looks like Brad Pitt, is 6 ft 6, has perfect game and earns like Bill Gates then of course you should do so.
As for where to look, in addition to the traditional methods I would be on the lookout for men who have been as focused on their careers as you have been.
Depending on your field of employment you may find your best options are right in front of you.
The other group of men I would consider are men younger than you and/or men who would traditionally have been marriageable in their 20s but essentially dropped out of the dating/marriage market due to lack of interest from women their own age.
If you have any kind wisdom to share with her, please do so.
By the same token, while I normally am pretty wide open on comments I don’t want to tee her up for a series of cat food jokes. My first thought is she is already ahead of her peers in both how she is considering the issue and the fact that she didn’t partake in the sex in the city mentality.
Attracting men: In addition to your physical beauty, you can also make yourself more attractive to prospective husbands by your attitude.