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virtualCX | WHY Wardrobe Matters- Wardrobe Rehab: The Good & The Bad

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Name: virtualCX | WHY Wardrobe Matters- Wardrobe Rehab: The Good & The Bad
Date: March 20, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
This is a virtualCX Program that can be accessed remotely from your desk. You will receive the event passcode in your confirmation email when you register.

In this second program on WHY Wardrobe Matters, Jennifer will be truthful about fast fashion and its effects on the environment. She will also talk about the benefits of editing your closet. 
 
• environmental effects of textiles
• editing your wardrobe
• thinking about future wardrobe goals

Speaker Bio:
Following over 15 years working as a Typography Artist at Hallmark Cards and then embracing Kauffman’s FastTrac, Jennifer Niehouse turned her love of fashion into a full-time career.
 
Jennifer is the founder of it’s so U, a single focused company with, now, three components. After almost 10 years, she’s rebranded focusing on Professional Image Advising & Coaching.
1. brand U: creates workshops for corporate employees and management on ‘dress code’ & culture, assists with onboarding and leadership teams Executive Presence
2. style U: personal 1-on-1 wardrobe styling & shopping assistance   
3. grow U: programs for high school and college students on interview attire & professional development  

She received her bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design with a minor in Journalism at MU or MIZZOU. Jennifer’s a long time member of Central Exchange, an AHEAD Scholarship Alumni, SHRM-KC, E-Scholars alumni, Kauffman Growth Venture alumni. In addition, she’s an avid runner because running is her daily medicine.
 
it’s so U helps people realize WHY dressing matters and How To dress accordingly. Because whether we like it or not, fashion is a powerful social tool.
Location:
Virtual! Access this program remotely from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Contact Information:
Fees/Admission:
Free for Members
$20.00 Non-Members
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