November Client Spotlight: Tanarsha

Tanarsha grew up with a strong support system. Although they were not wealthy in the financial sense and often struggled, Tanarsha’s family wealth was love and care. After completing her BA in Communications, Tanarsha decided to pursue a Master’s Degree at Columbia University while simultaneously working there as an advisor.

After successfully earning her Master’s … Read More

Be Bold Series: Janee

Growing up, life was not always easy for Janee, the eldest of two children. Raised by her mom and extended family, Janee always felt like she had a strong support system. After completing her Associates Degree at LaGuardia Community College, Janee was more focused on getting a job to pay the bills rather than to … Read More

Career Tips for the Millennial Leader

It is a good day to be a woman in the workplace. We are nurturers by nature which is a trait a successful leader needs to build teams. Women have transferrable skills balancing families, running to committee’s and holding it together the next morning as a strong woman at work.

In today’s workforce, we need … Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Eden Ferrer

Meet Eden Ferrer, a Sous Chef at Maite in Brooklyn, NY and longtime Dress for Success Worldwide Volunteer.

DFS: How long have you been volunteering for DFS?

EF: I started out at the DFS in Los Angeles, in West Hollywood back in 2011. I moved to NYC in 2013, and started volunteering here at … Read More

Walk This Way

One of the best forms of exercise is walking. But do you know what’s even better? Walking with a friend or in a group. Studies show that walking leads to a healthier, happier life overall, but it’s also true that stepping out with one or more companions is a great way to build community, strengthen … Read More