More than 90 percent of the services Dress for Success Triangle delivers are provided by our dedicated team of more than 350 volunteers who sort and inventory our donated clothing and accessories, provide image and career coaching, assist with resumes, conduct mock interviews, and help facilitate or deliver our training and networking programs, including the 10-week Going Places Network and the Professional Women’s Group.
Dress for Success Triangle Staff and board
From the staff and board who build the infrastructure, raise the funds needed to operate and implement our programs to the volunteers who make it possible for us to serve thousands of women annually, our success is truly a team effort.
Dress for Success Triangle is seeking someone to fill the Executive Director role. To review the full role description or to send your resume please click here.
Dress for Success Triangle is seeking a talented Marketing Manager. To review the full role description or to send your resume please click here.
Adam Hartzell, Interim Executive Director
Sarah Baldwin, Office Administrator
Sarah Cowles-Zambon, Raleigh Operations Manager
Joylyn Day, Client Services Manager
Karen Johnson, Marketing Manager
Laurin Norwood, Volunteer Coordinator
Joanne Repinecz, Career Development Specialist
Megan Risley, Programs & Operations Director
Denise Torain, Donation Center & Sales Manager
Board of Directors, Executive Committee
Elaine Bolle, Chair
Natalie Batten, Vice-Chair
Laura Piggott, Secretary
April Adams, Treasurer
Joan Nelson, Immediate Past Chair
April Adams, Cherry Bekaert, LLP
Debbie Aiken, Anonymous Trust
Libby Barber, Civic Leader
Natalie Batten, Accenture
June Boda, Adam-Bryce
Elaine Bolle, RTP Capital
Ginny Bowman, Northgate Realty, LLC
Terri Conyers, Recovery Communities of NC
Catherine Crumpton, Civic Leader
Lisa Daigre, Civic Leader
Ella Frantz, Civic Leader
Gordon Grimes, SunTrust Private Wealth Management
Sylvia Hatchett, UNC Rex Healthcare
Nikki Holt, BeautyCounter
Shawna Lemon, Stanek Lemon Crouse and Meeks, P.A.
Robin Miller, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina
Pat Nathan, Emeritus Member, Founder
Joan Nelson, IBM
Laura Piggott, Square1 Bank
Michelle Proctor, SAS
Mike Shaw, Trusted Services for Seniors
Rebecca Viverette, Wells Fargo
Our HerStory: Founder Pat Nathan
Pat Nathan, an executive with Dell Corporation, was working on an expatriate assignment in Europe when she first encountered Dress for Success. But it wasn’t until she retired a few years later and returned to her native North Carolina that she got the idea to put the organization’s mission to work in her own backyard. Ms. Nathan founded Dress for Success Triangle in 2008, and thanks to her vision and effective engagement of leading women across the region, the affiliate has become one of the strongest and fastest-growing in the country.