Doer's Profiles: Jaime Eisenberg

Posted by: Laura Blum on Thursday, September 15, 2016
Jaime Eisenberg




HOME: Old Greenwich, CT 

PROFESSION: Personal stylist


RECENT BOOK READ: Margot, by Jillian Cantor 

LAST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Created an image consulting business offering fashion and image advice, wardrobe makeovers, personal shopping and closet organization.  

“My niche is about you falling in love with your closet because it reflects who you are as a person and it meets your needs and your lifestyle.”

PHILANTHROPIES AND VOLUNTEERING: Chair, Pearl Society; Board member, Temple Sholom Religious School PTA; Co-chair, United Way Sole Sisters Luncheon 2017; Co-chair, United Way Sole Sisters Vendor Boutique; Co-chair, Old Greenwich PTA’s Pumpkin Patch Food Tents.

ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY GIVING: Encourages her children to donate a large portion of their birthday gifts to Room to Grow, enriching the lives of babies born into poverty.

“It’s never too early to give back.” 

QUOTE: “Never say no to an chance to help when you can say yes.”

NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION FOR 5777: More Friday night and Yom Shabbat celebrations for my family like I had growing up.

PROFILE: High octane. Deeply attuned to others’ needs. Adores cooking and entertaining. Has an eye for color and contour. Sports the LOVE bracelet given by her husband nearly a decade ago. Athletic but nursing a knee injury.

NOSH: Shaved brussels sprout salad from Harvest.

“I order it religiously every time I’m there!” 



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