60. Resilience Come From…. (feat. Kimberly Jenkins, Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, School of Fashion, Ryerson University)

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Kimberly Jenkins
In this episode, Damali sits down with Kimberly Jenkins. Ms. Jenkins is currently Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University, lecturing previously at Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute. Kim designed an elective course and exhibition entitled, Fashion and Race, and has shared her insight at SXSW and Google HQ. Her expertise on fashion history, race and cultural awareness has led to academic advising and research work for Gucci, The Lions modeling agency, Tommy Hilfiger, Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and Instagram. Kim holds an MA in Fashion Studies from Parsons School of Design.
Breakthrough Barriers with Damali
Breakthrough Barriers with Damali
60. Resilience Come From.... (feat. Kimberly Jenkins, Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, School of Fashion, Ryerson University)
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Damali Peterman

Damali Peterman

Damali Peterman, Esq., is the Founder, CEO and Chief Conflict Resolver of Breakthrough ADR LLC. Damali has extensive experience in corporate law, mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolution. She is a highly sought after mediator and trainer for Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, government entities, nonprofits and small businesses.

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