Fireside Chat With Image Intelligence Founder & President Stephanie Coughlan


Get inspired this spring! Join us during the months of April and May for the GenHERation® Spring Fireside Chat Series to learn from female leaders, creators, and innovators. These virtual sessions will provide participants with meaningful ways to learn from accomplished experts, develop new skills, and prepare for future career opportunities. Participants will receive a link via email the morning of the scheduled event to join the discussion. Registration is open until 5 PM EST/2 PM PST the day of the session.

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Date: Monday, May 10, 2021

Time: 7-7:30 PM EST/4-4:30 PM PST

Guest: Founder & President of Image Intelligence Stephanie Coughlan

About Stephanie Coughlan  

Stephanie Coughlan founded Image Intelligence in 2018 with the mission of using her style expertise and marketing background, honed over 25 years in the fashion and design industry, to help clients of all ages rise up the corporate ladder and own their self-confidence by curating personal brands that mirror their life accomplishments and goals. Prior to founding Image Intelligence, Stephanie spent time in executive roles at Glamour, SELF Magazine, House & Garden, and Hearst UK, and ran Responsible Media from 1999 to 2016, where she represented media brands including Vogue, The New Yorker, Architectural Digest, SELF, and GQ. During her time representing Vogue, women often approached her for style advice to increase their influence in the workplace, and thus Stephanie recognized the need for professional guidance dedicated to enhancing personal style as a step to achieving life goals. Stephanie’s core values of integrity, generosity, and community building carry over to her personal life, where she is a founding member of the Stifel Paralysis Research Foundation Fall Ball—a foundation which has been her family’s life’s work—and serves on the boards of multiple non-profits, including the National Charity League and Big Sisters of Boston.