Jill is a personal stylist and style correspondent for CBS Providence’s The Rhode Show. Focusing on body image, the power of personal style, and social science research, she teaches her audiences and clients how to look great, project confidence, and ultimately change their lives through their look.

With a passion that lives at the intersection of personal development and image, Jill helps women find beauty in the bodies they inhabit as well as the clothes that will reflect that beauty. Clients call the experience “life-changing, exhilarating, and uplifting.”

Jill believes that women develop their true style and confidence when they learn to convey who they are and what they do through what they wear. She helps women realize and celebrate their strengths, and teaches them how to show these strengths to the world so they can better achieve personal and professional goals.  Emphasizing confidence and leadership, Jill asks, “Does your image reflect the person you hope to become?”

In addition to her work with individual clients, Jill is available for speaking engagements, she offers a training program for aspiring stylists, and holds a twice-yearly event, “Sips & Style, in Providence and Newport, RI.

Jill has created workshops for organizations including Lifespan, Swarovski, General Growth Properties (Providence Place), and the Bryant University Women’s Summit. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Psychology Today, Lucky, CBS Providence’s The Rhode Show and FOX Boston’s Morning News, among others. Jill has styled the wardrobe for NBC’s The Biggest Loser finalist Elizabeth Ruiz, Alex and Ani print ads, and makeover features for The Rhode ShowProvidence Journal and Rhode Island Monthly.

Do you prefer raw and off-the-cuff?  Check out Jill’s manifesto here.