Keep the Circle of Impact Going: India Howard

It was fate that first brought India in contact with Dress for Success 10 years ago. It’s been a decade of support, sisterhood, learning, growing, empowerment and paying it forward that keeps her involved.

India’s path to Dress for Success started when she was working part-time for the Apollo Theater. She hired a woman who … Read More

Keep the Circle of Impact Going: Tania Gomez

Tania’s wake-up call came when one of her three daughters said to her, “Mom’s given up on herself.” Tania had always prided herself on taking care of her family and putting them first. However, she had been out of work for nearly two years, and the stresses of finding a job while keeping her family … Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Kat Connelly

Meet Kat Connelly, Director of Volunteer Services, Children’s Aid and longtime Dress for Success Worldwide Volunteer.

DFS: How long have you been volunteering for Dress for Success?

KC: I’ve been volunteering since 2005 (I worked as Volunteer Manager from 2008-2011) Then began volunteering again with DFS when I started working at Children’s Aid.

DFS: What Read More

Success Ambassador Series: Ana

Ana Carola Traverso moved to New York City a few years ago and started the daunting task of finding a job. During that time, she often felt discouraged and doubted herself. After becoming involved with Dress for Success, Ana gained the confidence and tools she needed to succeed. 

“Success means living and doing things Read More