Interview: Feleciai Favroth – The Power of Beauty

Feleciai Favroth Feleciai is a member of the National Speakers Association 2007 Pro-Track class. She recently launched The Power of Beauty – an image management company offering education, events and products. Her goal is to help women understand the power of their personal and professional image. She is dedicated to delivering message about The Power of Beauty in a fun and exciting way via workshops and seminars.

When Feleciai is not helping women look and feel their best she is helping individuals reach their dream of home ownership in the San Francisco area as the as the owner a residential real estate brokerage company. Prior to entering the world of real estate and image management she was a hairstylist and brand manager for such companies as RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company, Pepsi Cola and Brown Forman beverages.

She spoke to me about her target market as an image consultant to women of color, her plans to develop her speaking business and how Pro-Track is helping.

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You rock, Feleciai! Nice job, Ian and Felecia! Great questions and fun answers.
Nannette Carroll

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