People You Need to Know Spotlight: Chloé Taylor Brown
Growing up, Chloé Taylor Brown was determined to become a fashion model, but the odds were greatly stacked against her living a near poverty-stricken life in rural Mississippi following the death of her mother at age thirteen. By age sixteen, she thought her life would end in despair after being kicked out of high school and thrown into the county jail the same day. However, one of the worst days of her young life became one of the best days of her life. Rescued by her aunt, Anita, Chloé was given a clean slate and an amazing platform to start living her life by her own design.
Indeed, Chloé did become an international model; working in exotic cities like Milan, Paris, Frankfurt, Barcelona, San Francisco, Atlanta and New York for designers and fashion houses such as: Giorgio Armani, Escada, Gianfranco Ferre, Issey Miyake, Dolce & Gabbana, Revlon, Donna Karan and many others.
Upon completing her modeling career, she returned to Mississippi State University to research the relationship between body image, self-esteem and fashion, which became, Getting Ready Chloé-Style: Perfecting Your Authentic Image, her first transformational program, book and CD series. In September, 2001 she launched Total Image Enhancement, a privately held consulting firm offering a variety of self-development and transformational training programs organizations and individuals.
Chloé is a Transformational Trainer, LifeStyle Coach, Bestselling Author, and Seminar Leader. She is the creator of the Living Life by Design Master-Mind Course, and the author of Determine Your Ideal: Creating a Life of Fulfillment and Prosperity, a lifestyle enhancement workbook and CD series endorsed by Bob Doyle, one of the featured teachers in the hit movie and book, “The Secret.”
Chloé’s corporate clients have included: The Home Depot, Price Waterhouse Coopers, the Avon Corporation, GE Money, Midtown Athletic Club, Hewlett Packard, The Women of Color in Technology Conference, The Hinman Dental Society National Conference, The Cobb/Douglas County Public Health Systems of Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Woman Magazine, The Swiss Hotel, The Omni Hotel, The National Charity League, Girls Empowerment Mission, Ladies of Distinction, the Children’s school and hundreds of individuals in transition or seeking to play a bigger life game.