What a lovely lady – inside and out! Miss ‘J’ came all the way from Chicago for a conference, and we set up a photoshoot while she was in town. With years in the fashion industry, she simply exuded elegance and sophistication. Love the personality shining through here. And is it just me, or is she channeling a little Celine Dion in this shot? Who said headshots have to be boring? People are much more likely to remember you if they catch a glimpse of your soul.
Another fabulous Business Women’s Mega Mixer at the lovely Bahia Resort! I was thrilled to be a sponsor again – and always great to see so many women-owned businesses, and to mix and mingle!Shonna Jordan (second from left) of Jordan and Jordan Marketing, was the amazing producer of this year’s event, supported by her “handlers”. 🙂Co-founders of the Mega Mixer, Felena Hanson (L), of Hera Hub, and Michelle Bergquist (R), of Connected Women of Influence. This year’s non-profit in the spotlight – The POWERHOUSE Movement – three dynamic ladies, all veterans, that provide assistance to other female veterans. Producer, Shonna Jordan, and the sassy Gina Morell, owner of Glam and Sassy. (Check out that bling Shonna’s sporting!) Shonna with the POWERHOUSE girls.Woot! There’s the banner for TRUE BLUE Woman’s debut! Check out our amazing community of women who believe in helping others, and doing good in the world! A full house – over 40 female-owned businesses, and at least a dozen women’s organizations representing! Will we see you at the Mega Mixer next year?
Children’s portraits should stay simple. It’s about the child, not the elaborate set-up.
Show the world that you’re a professional, and can compete with the best of them.
It was exciting to be part of the Women of Influence Awards for it’s inaugural celebration in San Diego! Produced by Michelle Bergquist, founder of Connected Women of Influence, the room was filled with amazing women and those who support them! Deanna Potter and Liz GoodgoldMayor’s Proclamation Liz Goodgold Jessica Yaffa, Award Winner
It’s a special moment – a rare moment when you decided to do something for you. Not to be selfish, but to celebrate yourself.