Tag: Career Advice

Crocs’ Lori Foglia on Leading With Levity

Crocs’ Lori Foglia on Leading With Levity By Shoshy Ciment Lori Foglia joined Crocs in October as the company’s chief product and merchandising officer. She came from L Brands, where she most recently served as the company’s EVP and global general merchandise manager. Here, she discusses the importance of finding fun in work, forming relationships, and how she learned to…

Advice from Bethenny Frankel to Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs

Advice from Bethenny Frankel to Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs By Moira Forbes “The only real successes are ones with blood, sweat, tears and grit,” says best-selling author, producer and philanthropist Bethenny Frankel, speaking about her unconventional rise from reality TV star to self-made businesswoman and serial entrepreneur. Frankel is sharing hard-won lessons in building a brand empire in her first-ever business-focused book,…

The Importance of Finding a Support System

The Importance of Finding a Support System By Nikara Johns Emily George joined Balmain as president of the Americas in January after an almost 20-year career at Marc Jacobs International where she most recently served as the SVP of Americas, retail and wholesale. Here, she discusses challenges in her new role, career advice for women just starting out, and the…

First Female Firefighter Off To Bright Start

Vineland’s First Female Career Firefighter Off To Bright Start By Eric Conklin When Kaylynn Low chose wearing fire gear over holding hair salon scissors, little did she know she would make history in the city. Low is Vineland’s first female career firefighter. “I think (firefighting) is thrilling,” the 26-year-old Vineland woman said outside City Hall on her first day on…