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Meetings are held at 7:00 PM, Chase Room, Madison Library, unless otherwise noted. Networking and refreshments served until 7:30 PM, when the program starts. A short business meeting precedes or follows the program.
The New “Normal” – Implications for NJ Women
February 7 @ 7:00 pm
The New“ Normal”- Implications for NJ Women
Dress for Success Northern NJ-10 Counties works with a diverse array of corporate partners and serves hundreds of women each year at various stages in their careers. As a result, we get a bird’s eye view of workplace shifts and trends in NJ and how they impact women. In this important discussion, we will take a closer look at what the “New Norm” actually means for us and what we can expect in 2022 and beyond.
Dress for Success Northern NJ-10 Counties empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. In 2021, we served 1200 women at all stages in their careers- many of which are 50+, educated, experienced, and recently downsized- unable to find work and stripped of their confidence in a new world. We provide all services at no cost to all women and are funded by individual and corporate donations, grants, and sponsorships. We are gearing up for our 3rd annual women’s leadership summit to be held on Friday, March 11, 2022. Please visit https://riseandthrive2022.com and join us for a special day.
February 7th, 2022 at 7:00PM
Now Virtual over Zoom
Speaker: Kimberly Iozzi, PhD – Executive Director
Kimberly Iozzi joined Dress for Success Northern NJ – 10 Counties as its Executive Director in She is a results-driven executive with over twenty years of experience in government and nonprofit management. She has dedicated her entire career to empowering low and moderate-income families achieve economic self-sufficiency, personal development and growth. Prior to her tenure at Dress for Success, she spent fifteen years as the Executive Director of the Newton Housing Authority, earning Congressional Certificates of Merit, as well as national and regional recognition from her peers for program innovation. In addition to having the type of experience that lends itself to her current role, Kimberly has extensive training that has provided her with the technical aspects of planning, organization and management. She earned a Master of Public Administration degree from Seton Hall University and later, a doctoral degree in Organizational Psychology from Capella University. Kim resides in Mount Olive with her husband and two boys, ages 6 and 9.