Personal Brand Strategist, Image Management Leader, Speaker, Trainer
Ms. Jennings has a keen eye for uncovering the visual cues that affect a person’s brand message, and has been praised for helping clients enhance their credibility and increase their visibility. This has resulted in career advancing opportunities and improved relationships for numerous clients.
Prior to launching Diana Jennings.com, Ms. Jennings founded Brand You Image. Since 2002, she has presented to groups, large and small, educating audiences on personal branding and image management. Her consulting clients have relied on her expertise to bring a cohesive visual brand message to sales teams and client interfacing personnel. Her individual clients include entrepreneurs, managers, emerging leaders, and executives.
Diana Jennings’ work has led to numerous opportunities including her involvement in the development of the Stylist Project at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California. She has been a mentor and advisor to students from the Image Consulting Business Institute in India, and was a contributing author to several career related books, including Personal Branding for Dummies (Wiley).
In the 1980’s, Ms. Jennings started adopting personal branding concepts before “personal branding” came into existence, as we now know it today. It was these principles that helped her go from selling $25.00 products in the cosmetics industry to selling communication systems in Silicon Valley worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
As a heart-centered entrepreneur, Diana Jennings’ mission is to inspire and coach others to be and communicate their best self. She has a deep desire to empower others with tools and knowledge that will promote personal growth, self-confidence, and help them move closer towards their life’s aspirations. Her work centers on alignment, putting individuals on track to achieve their goals and helping employees best represent the brand of their company.
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