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FASHION Talks SP17 Presents: TTodd by Terri Todd

FASHION Talks SP17
Saturday, March 4, 2017
University Settlement Speyer Hall – New York City

TTodd by Terri Todd

 

Terri Todd is a Fashion Designer (NJ/NY) with years of experience in professional fashion show production and model casting for NYFW and F.A.B. Productions. She also serves as the Founder and Executive Director of The Fashion Against Bullying nonprofit organization aka The F.A.B. Coalition
Terri’s fashion experience started as a teenager, sewing for weddings, fashion shows and private clients. However, her professional career quickly excelled after graduating from the Art Institute of New York City, receiving her degree in Fashion Design and completing internships for several NYFW seasons. Soon after she worked as a technical design specialist for a children’s manufacturing company in Manhattan. She is the CEO of SPARK ERA Designs and she also runs her own brand called TTODD by Terri Todd.
Along with her degree in Fashion Design, Terri is also a certified substitute teacher for the Linden school district and while her Master’s degree in Psychology is in progress, she has also earned her B.S. in Urban Studies, and AAS in Public Policy. She is also the fashion administrator and adjunct teacher at the duCret School of Art in Plainfield, NJ where she teaches various aspects of the fashion industry.

For more information:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TTODDDesigner/
Email: ttodd.thefabcoalition@gmail.com

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