Cleaning out your Closet:How to Always Have Something to Wear
Tuesday, June 20 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Arrupe Hall Multipurpose Room
Donna Davis Cameron, PhD is a university professor with many passions. One of her favorite passions is talking about The Fine Art of Developing Personal Style as a form of selfcare. Dr. Cameron is known among many as “a class act without the glitter.”
About Donna Cameron, PhD, MPH, Formerly The Wardrobe Doctor
Donna Davis Cameron, PhD is a health educator, university professor, wife, mother and grandmother with many passions. Three of her favorite passions are playing inspirational piano music, decluttering closets and using resale shopping as a way to style and reinvent herself. Featured in the Washington Post and on B.E.T.’s “Building Black Wealth,” Dr. Cameron describes herself as “a class act without the glitter.” Besides finding unbelievable bargains for herself, family, friends and coworkers, Dr. Cameron conducts workshops on how to reinvent yourself through shopping in resale stores.
To balance her personal passions, Dr. Cameron is an associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine. She directs community‐based health promotion activities and a course in personal health & well‐being for first‐year medical students.
Presented by the Georgetown Women’s Alliance.
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