Join Us for a Virtual Tea Party with Host Cindy Ann Peterson, AICI FLC Immediate Past President &
Special Guest Author and Designer Catherine Bell, AICI CIP
February 10, 9PM - 9:30 PM EST (Washington DC)
Hosted by the AICI Washington DC Metro Chapter
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"Presence as a Present: Love and Share Your Best Self" | 10 Strategies to Empower Your Presence - Cindy Ann Peterson, AICI FLC Virtual Tea Party Host with Special Guest Author Catherine Bell, AICI CIP
This month Catherine Bell, AICI CIP, author of "Empower Your Presence: How to Build True Wealth with Your Personal Brand and Image" will share insights to empower us in our business and give each other support and inspiration!
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Special Guest Bio
Catherine Bell, AICI CIP is a dynamic, international trainer, author and President of PRIME Impressions. Before opening her image consultancy in 1994, Catherine worked 21 years as a fashion designer, merchandise manager and fashion professor. She delivers customized corporate seminars and assists individual clients, covering all the ABCs of image – appearance, behaviour and communication. She also teaches career strategies at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Canada and assists AICI members to move their businesses forward through one-on-one mentoring.
Catherine is frequently quoted in international media and has been a guest on TV and radio. She is a contributing author to the N Y Times best-seller Masters of Networking and author of Managing Your Image Potential, which is used by many AICI members to prepare for the FLC exam. Her most recent book is entitled Empower Your Presence: How to build true wealth with your personal brand and image. Within AICI, she served on the International Board and numerous committees, presented at conferences, was Ethics Chair for several years, and received the AICI Award of Excellence in Education.
A polio survivor, Catherine is an advocate for people living with disabilities, has been a delegate to the United Nations Roundtable on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and sits on five not-for-profit Boards. If she had any spare time, she would be better at playing her Celtic harp!
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