“Inspiring through Beauty” is a workshop designed for a wide range
of women — ethnically diverse, teen-aged, collegeaged, socially
disadvantaged and organized women’s groups. “Inspiring through
Beauty” forms a three-word personal mantra as well as the subject
of Tina-Gaye Bernard’s interactive keynote address.
A leading beauty executive and consultant, Ms. Bernard holds a
Master of Professional Studies in Cosmetic and Fragrance Marketing
and Management from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She
currently serves as Director of Marketing and Sales Development at
Sue Devitt Beauty. She has strengthened her expertise as an
executive at various entrepreneurial firms and Fortune 500
companies. She has helped lead promotional campaigns for brands
such as IZOD , Tommy Bahama Fragrances, Les Couvent des Minimes
bath and body, Clinique Makeup and the Estee Lauder Companies,
Featured in the December 2009 issue of Glamour, Ms. Bernard is
founder of COCOA CHiC.com — an online purveyor of ethnic beauty
information — and TeenChiC, the site’s community initiative for
young women. She is affiliated with Cosmetic Executive Women, Young
Executives for Success and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. A
native of Kingston, Jamaica, who currently resides in Brooklyn, Ms.
Bernard also is involved with the National Foundation for Teaching
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Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Donovan Community Room, Queens campus
Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
Inc. and Student Life – Multicultural Affairs