transFORM Hosts Femfessionals Event

transFORM Gallery had a great evening hosting the Femfessionals’ Women’s Connecting Event last Thursday, August 1st. Thank you to all that came to enjoy the open connection event, meet local business women, and help Femfessionals grow in their mission for professional women to work together toward their collective good. Noel D'Allacco-Ammirati, President of FemCity Westchester, and President and Founder of Operation Prom spoke about the Femfessionals organization and the growth and purpose of Operation Prom. transFORM’s own Kristy Fox spoke about her career as a designer and her love of co-creating designs with customers for their homes. Thank you FemCity Westchester for a great night and for giving us the opportunity to make new friends.

Take a look at some of the moments we captured from the event in the photos below:















About Femfessionals: A Femfessional is a savvy businesswoman characterized as positive, open-minded, driven, professional, ambitious and desirous of forming strong strategic connections with similar minded professional women to benefit each other personally and professionally and to benefit their community. Not only is she motivated to succeed, she is passionate about the success of others around her. A Femfessional is giving of herself and more than willing to help when she is needed. She wants to make an impact in the world, starting with the betterment of her city, and grow as a business professional and a woman. She is quite remarkable!

About Operation Prom: Do you have any unused formal or prom dresses? Feel free to bring them. At the event, Femfessionals members will be collecting prom dresses for Operation Prom. The organization was created to help less fortunate students successfully attend their proms at little or no cost. Operation Prom partners with local businesses and community organizations across Westchester to increase the amount of donations that are made each year. Established in 2005, the organization has helped thousands of students across the United States and is expanding to help more young people have the opportunity to attend prom.