Ms. Brenda Foreman

    A savy and vibrant livewire in the world of arts, fashion and entertainment is whom you’ll encounter when you meet Brenda Foreman, certified image consultant personal brand specialist and entrepreneur. Before launching her career as an image consultant, she was a top professional in special events management and real estate investment in Toronto. Foreman has since spent the last two decades forging a professional glow up that truly sets her apart— successfully helping people be their best selves and as a celebrated ambassador for diversity in North America’s creative communities.

    Among her impressive accolades: CEO and Founder of BStyled Image Consulting Firm, a premium styling concierge service, and professional development company that guides executives in communication skills and gainful, promotable self-branding; Creative Director of African Fashion Week Toronto (AFWT), internationally recognized as one of Canada’s major industry events for cultural fashion, art and beauty industries; Co-owner of Movazii, a high-end retail & rental service.

    Additionally, Foreman’s recently broken ground in realm of broadcast content, wearing the hat of Co-Producer for critically acclaimed fashion competition TV series – The Golden Button. Always camera ready, she was also in front of the lens for the show as a lead influencer and judge alongside globally renowned fashion designer Adebayo Jones.

    From a long line of strong, hard-working women that paved a solid upbringing in her native St. Kitts, Foreman’s professional goals have always been inspired by a passion for her heritage, female empowerment, philanthropy and the arts.

    A lifework goal of Foreman’s to return to St. Kitts-Nevis with her knowledge and experience for the next generation of female trailblazers in the arts. Currently in development is a passion project that will focus on business education in leadership and entrepreneurial training for young women (launching in 2018). As a global thought leader, Foreman strongly believes that nationals living abroad can be a great source of wealth to their home nation’s economy and growth legacies.

    A true philanthropist at heart, Brenda Foreman also invests much of her time in her local community, sitting as a member to local arts based non-profit organizations — Leadership By Design Initiative, AIM 2 IMPACT, The African Union 6th Region Canada (AU) and the Canadian Black Caucus to name few…), taking part as an active volunteer for the various initiatives. Foreman currently resides in Toronto.