About

As a former technology marketer turned personal branding expert, Jacqueline Peros develops powerful techniques for goal-oriented technology entrepreneurs to unleash their potential to drive their organization to the next level. Jacqueline’s services are designed to help business owners and their staff maximize their brand value and be prepared to leverage opportunities that will advance their business.

Jacqueline has worked across a range of multinational corporations and young startups, including seven years with DoubleClick, RPBS_3cmhoning messages and procedures for businesses to succeed in today’s rapidly changing markets. As a certified personal branding strategist (Reach Personal Branding), certified image consultant (FIT), and instructor at the renowned Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, she provides clients and audiences alike, a competitive edge through training and consulting in communications (verbal and non-verbal), the importance of what she calls “your digital dress code,” and business etiquette.

Jacqueline also contributes her time and knowledge, in a volunteer capacity to non-profit organizations focused on providing career and life opportunities for underprivileged women in the surrounding New York areas, including Girls Going Places, Grace Institute (Special Advisory Board Member), and The Grace Smith House.

In facilitating interactive workshops and speaking on timely topics, Jacqueline has earned a reputation as a trusted, self-assured authority. An industry leader, she served as the President of the Association of Image Consultants International’s NY Tri-State Chapter, which is comprised of image experts specializing in appearance, behavior, and communication. During her board tenure, she dedicated her committee commitments to important projects such as Civility Counts, AICI Gives Back, and Image and Disabilities. As a result of her determination and collaboration with the New York City Mayor’s office, Jacqueline proudly secured a city proclamation declaring May as International Civility Awareness Month.