Are you interested in exploring what a more sustainable fashion industry looks like? Do you want to know about the intersections of fashion and sustainability?
Take advantage of this virtual Husky Trek – Test Drive a Career program, where you will learn aspects of creating a more sustainable fashion industry and how it offers a range of different careers across all areas from Business and Design to Engineering and the Sciences.
Participate in an informal conversation and a case study with our experts Taneshia Camillo-Sheffy who is the Founder/CEO of The Haute House brands and MadeINcubator and Professor Frances McSherry who is a Faculty member in the College of Arts, Media and Design.
More about our speakers:
Taneshia Camillo-Sheffy | Founder/CEO | The Haute House “brands”
· The Haute House is in the business of developing fashion businesses and The Haute House Design Studio is the creative side of the industry for aspiring designers and professionals, both local and international designers, with a focus on under-represented designers and professionals. MadeINcubator is Boston’s first fashion incubator devoted to changing fashion through innovation, mentoring, economic development, and entrepreneurship.
Professor Frances McSherry | Faculty member | College of Arts, Media and Design | Northeastern University
· Professor McSherry teaches fashion theory, fashion history, and developed Global Fashion Studies minor; faculty adviser to Fashion & Retail Society and The Avenue- both student organizations and Freelance Costume Designer
This Husky Trek is especially for all undergraduate students of all degrees and majors.