USC Alumnae Coordinating Council
June 2013 — Present
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CEO of U*styled | Personal Stylist | Engaging Speaker | Consultant | Merchandiser
Catherine Cassidy founded U*styled in 2008 to give professional women the tools to live their lives in style by curating a wardrobe they love that makes getting dressed easy and effortless for every morning, big meeting, presentation and special event.
With U*styled’s Personal Styling and Boutique Box services, we have created a streamlined and efficient process that makes working with a personal stylist cost efficient, time effective and FUN!
Yes, shopping is now FUN! Our clients are busy, successful professional women who need to have a wardrobe that works for them without the time and effort that it typically takes to build an effective wardrobe.
In today’s world where your image is very much a part of your personal brand and does the talking for you when you first enter a room, we give our clients the confidence and peace of mind that they are always in style … their style.
U*styled’s clients rave about how it’s not about fitting a mold or a trend, but in creating and cultivating a style that is uniquely their own. U*styled’s Style Philosophy is about aligning your inner style with your outer presence. It’s you, only better.
With U*styled + Boutique Box:
You do NOT have to do any of your shopping yourself. You should NOT spend more than 5 minutes getting dressed each morning.
You will create a wardrobe that maximizes the return on your investment.
You WILL focus on furthering your career and spending quality time with your friends and family. You WILL feel confident, radiant and like a force of nature every day.
The Alumnae Coordinating Council (ACC) is a program of the USC Alumni Association which seeks to bring together the women’s groups at USC for collaboration, leadership development, and women’s engagement strategies. Founded in 1961, its objective is to encourage interest and participation by all alumnae in the programs of the university and the USC Alumni Association.
Town and Gown Junior Auxiliary of Los Angeles is committed to helping USC alumnae in the areas of professional development, personal enrichment, and philanthropy.
The future of a university rests, in great measure, in the hands of its graduates. With this in mind, in the year 1933, Mrs. Elizabeth Von Kleinsmid and Diane Pearle Aiken-Smith founded Town & Gown Junior Auxiliary to foster among women an interest in the advancement of education. For nearly 75 years this organization has awarded over $500,000 to outstanding USC students.