Corporate Sponsor Spotlight: Moet Hennessy USA

Meet Dominique Giovine, Director of Champagne Strategy, at Moët Hennessy USA. Since 2016, Dominique has lead the Dress for Success Manhattan Branch’s Professional Women’s Group Program sponsored by Moët Hennessy. Since launching the partnership, Dominique and her team have worked closely with many Dress for Success clients to develop their job retention skills and provide … Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Toby Dickson

Meet Toby Dickson, President of Traxion Communications, who has been a Dress for Success Worldwide Volunteer for the past four years.

DFS: What drew you to Dress for Success and why did you want to be part of the organization?

TD: I had been involved on the corporate side for many years through suit drives … Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Barbara Shear

Meet Barbara Shear, a Writer and Strategic Communications Consultant and Dress for Success Worldwide Volunteer.

DFS: What does Dress for Success mean to you?

BS: Dress for Success is a wonderful organization to promote women’s empowerment. It’s gratifying to be part of a process to help women get back on their feet, develop self-confidence, as … Read More

Keep the Circle of Impact Going: Zoe Sheppard

After being incarcerated for nearly two years wearing a green uniform every day, it’s surprising that Zoe S. picked out an entirely green outfit at her initial suiting at Dress for Success.

“My first outfit was a forest green Jones of New York skirt and matching jacket,” she said. “I accessorized it with a forest … Read More

Success Ambassador Series: Maureen

I was born into a very large family, the seventh of eight children in a home that included my parents, my five brothers, two sisters, my grandparents and my great Aunt.  My Father worked 3 jobs to keep food on the table and clothes on our backs. My mother was a stay at home mom.… 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

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