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Lori Keong is an assistant digital editor at Marie Claire and a scholar at the Brené Brown School of Vulnerability who is still working on her power pose. Photo by Ben Ritter 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? My sense of humor has been an unusual coping mechanism throughout the ups and downs of my career. I have a really strong sense of irony that helps me to see little daily disasters as moments in a black comedy, rather than taking them to heart. Especially when you’re starting from the bottom with a post-grad career in fashion, like I did, an in an unfamiliar city, life can often feel crazy and out of your control. I think humor helps me put things in perspective and not take m

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Justin Glasgow is a Communication Specialist at Remix Public Relations and a proud alum of The University of Georgia. Go Dawgs! Along with his passion for learning different languages, Justin also has a great love of travel, and often speaks highly of his adventures abroad. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? I think that makes me stick out from a crowd is that fact that I have lived in many places, travelled a lot, and speak 5 languages. My entire worldview has been shaped by the things and places that I’ve seen. I’ve lived on both coasts and in the North and South of the US. I’ve been travelling outside of the country from the age of 2 and I speak Spanish, French, Japanese, and Ar

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Founder Meredith Dean interviews Stacee Michelle, a fashion correspondent and local published wardrobe stylist, for Empower Hour. Stacee has been routinely tapped by national and local television networks, including Fox 46 Charlotte, Fox 5 DC, BET, and E! News, serving up her opinion on fashion trends, beauty tips, and seasonal must-haves. You'll love her fashion tips and stories about meeting DVF! 1. What’s your story? What makes you unique? Before I was old enough to buy my own clothes I was into fashion! The youngest of three living in Seattle, Wa, I was often the recipient of hand-me-down ensembles from my older sister. In order to make them look new, I had to be creative. I developed a

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Dylan Brown is an actor, writer, and producer currently based in New York City. She is a native of Atlanta, a left-handed aquarius, and has been known to dance a mean Charleston. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? I was born in Atlanta to a rock n' roll father and a ballerina mother. I grew up dancing, singing, acting, and learning every musical instrument I could get my hands on. Later on, I lived in Massachusetts and Philadelphia before finally making it to New York City to complete my BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. In between shows and films, I spend a lot of time travelling for work and for pleasure. Most recently, I've accumulated several months in Vietnam and Indone


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