Author Victoria Seitz provides tips for dressing in today's NO SUIT workplace.
It used to be that the only office attire that communicated success was the suit. Today there truly is a continuum of options that are just as appropriate and communicate success whether you work in a factory, argue a case in court, sell, or teach.
• Learn the foundations of good style and design
• Identify the appropriate clothing for your workplace
• Use color to develop your own individual look that WORKS for you
• Maximize your assets and minimize your liabilities with your body type
• Travel light but right for work
• Develop a dress policy that protects your business’ brand image
Bring a sack lunch. Drinks will be provided. No registration required.
Join Sister 2 Sister Brother 2 Brother on Saturday September 17, 2011 at 2:00pm at the Main Library on 2nd floor in the Events Room. We will listen as our local authors tell us exciting stories about their books! We have lined up this year Mr. James Floyd, Ms. Tamecia McDowell, Ms. LaShea Johnson, Mr. Charlie Holley and Ms. Jonia Brown. This event is free to the public. Read more about S2S/B2B: Local African American Authors Expo
Madison author, Minister C.L. Holley, describes the recovery process after the death of his son, Torrell. Torrell collapsed on the gym floor during basketball practice at Liberty Middle School and died a few minutes later from a heart attack. Mr. Holley shares the story of his family's struggle with depression with tips on how to cope after the loss of a loved one especially during the holiday season. Read more about Restoring the Hope
We are honored to present a special talk by local author and civil rights activist, Dr. Sonnie Hereford, whose newest book, Beside the Troubled Water, chronicles his experiences during the civil rights era in Huntsville. Read more about Dr. Hereford and the book in this excellent Huntsville Times article.
This event will take place in the Main branch, auditorium. Books will be available for purchase and signing at the event.
We are delighted to present talented local author Jessica Penot at this special, seasonal author program on October 20. Ms. Penot will speak about her fascinating books, Haunted North Alabama, and Haunted Chattanooga. Books will be available for purchase and signing at the event.
This event will take place at 6:30 pm in the Main branch's second floor events room. Please contact Luisa at email@example.com with any questions.
About the author:
Jessica Penot is a writer and therapist who lives in Huntsville with her husband, 2 children, and 2 corgis. Her ghost stories have been featured in numerous literary magazines and she's written two collections of regional ghost stories, Haunted Chattanooga and Haunted North Alabama. Jessica loves a good ghost story and collects them on her blog and in her column at the Valley Planet. She's always looking for a new story to send shivers down her spine. You can follow Jessica at her blog: www.ghoststoriesandhauntedplaces.blogspot.com. Read more about A Haunted Evening with author Jessica Penot
Tina Savas is among the first wave of women entrepreneurs in Birmingham, Alabama. In 1983, she founded the Birmingham Business Journal newspaper, followed by Alabama Health News, Alabama Construction News,and Birmingham Weekly, and the area’s only weekly alternative newspaper. She is a continual winner of national editorial awards. Her newspaper legacies include, “The Fifty Richest” series, naming the area’s 50 richest people and their net worth; “The Birmingham 100”, listing the top private companies and their revenues; the “Top 40 Under 40” series, naming the up and coming stars all under the age of 40 (now copied in all U.S. major markets); the “Fast Track 25”, ranking the fastest growing companies in the area; and the “Best in Business” awards. She has served on local boards for community development, advised numerous foundations, colleges and hospitals, and won many awards during her career. Savas continues her entrepreneurial spirit through real estate investment and other business ventures.
About the book:
These 40 first-person narratives put the spotlight on women who reached the top despite adversity and great personal suffering. In their own words, these women share insights about how they were challenged, what inspired them, and what drove them to be successful. By sharing their uplifting stories, these women are acting as mentors for every reader who aspires to great accomplishments. Read more about Author Tina Savas speaks about her book, Women of True Grit