Alison Vaughn, the award-winning CEO of Jackets for Jobs, has been celebrated for her networking, drive and business success. She features on the cover of both WOE Magazine and Purpose Driven Women Magazine following her inspirational work throughout the pandemic.
More information can be found at: http://woemagazine.com/alison-vaughn-global-career-trailblazer-changing-lives
In the newly announced magazine features, Alison discusses her book and her latest TV show, The Alison Vaughn Show, Ministry for Busy Moms.
Alison Vaughn explains that through the health crisis, she focused on work and networking. This included making phone calls, attending Zoom meetings, and engaging in wide-ranging email campaigns.
She is a networking specialist, with an entire chapter devoted to the subject in her book, “Ms Goal Digger, Success is Sexy!”
Vaughn underscores that for business women, networking is vital, and it is important to understand the different elements that align to create a successful personal and business growth strategy.
Based in Detroit, she networked in person when able and via digital methods when in-person connection was not possible. Her efforts received mainstream attention, with Purpose Driven Women Magazine featuring her on the cover in May 2021.
The core aim of this magazine is to help women gain clarity, and to give them the tools and inspiration they need to achieve their goals. It is a bi-monthly digital faith-based publication and empowers women to live a life filled with purpose, action and achievement.
Additional details are provided at: https://www.pdwmag.com
Readers will be able to learn more about Vaughn’s TV show, which airs on the Daily Gospel Network on KBTV, ROKU, and Apple TV. She openly discusses the purpose behind the show, why she created it, and how she hopes to inspire other women to live a more fulfilling life.
A spokesperson states: “Entrepreneur, Author and Talk Show Host, Alison Vaughn is a force to be reckoned with. As the CEO and Founder of her nonprofit organization, Jackets for Jobs, she has helped over 30,000 people gain employment through providing career-appropriate clothing for those who need them most.”
Full details can be found at: https://www.alisonvaughn.com
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