Kogod Women's Network: Style and Substance


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Join American University's Kogod School of Business Women's Network as we explore ways to create a strong first impression by presenting oneself with style and substance.  Through an interactive presentation, stylist Tara Luizzi and speech coach Chris Jahnke will discuss ways to project confidence in the traditional office environment, during interviews, at networking events, and in more casual professional settings.

Luizzi and Jahnke will provide guidance on inspiring personal creativity, workplace wardrobe etiquette, trends for the current season, and how to work those trends into one’s everyday wardrobe.  Additionally, they will share delivery pointers on effective body language, controlling the voice, and delivering a compelling message.
 
Speakers:
Tara Luizzi, owner of Tara Styles DC, is a fashion stylist with over 15 years of experience in the metropolitan Washington,DC area.   
 
Chris Jahnke is the president of Positive Communications and author of The Well-Spoken Woman. She helps women in business, academia, government, and nonprofits look and sound good in person and on-camera.

Attendees who spend $150 or more on September 20th will receive 15% off their total purchase.

Refreshments will be provided.

This event is open to AU alumni and current graduate students; the cost to attend is $10. Please note space is limited. Kindly RSVP by September 17.

The American University Kogod School of Business Women's Network is open to all American University alumni. For more information, and to learn about upcoming events, visit the Women's Network website. This event is co-sponsored by Kogod Women in Business.

*There is free parking after 5:30 p.m. at the South Parking Pentagon Lot across from Macy's.

Date & Location
Date: 9/20/2012
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: J.Crew (Pentagon City)
The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City
1100 South Hayes Street
Arlington, VA 22202
Contact Information
Rebecca Youngerman
Kogod Assoc. Director of Alumni Relations
ryounger@american.edu