Women’s History Month – Karen Bromley

As we continue our series of highlighting the extraordinary women who have shaped Delivering Good into what the organization is today, Karen Bromley is one of the first to come to mind. She has been a legendary influence since its inception. In 1985, she founded K.I.D.S. (Kids in Distressed Situations), which, in 2014, merged with another charity with a similar mission, to become K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers, and now, Delivering Good. An active member of the board, she has seen the organization’s impact throughout the years, attending site visits, volunteer events and co-chairing the annual Women of Inspiration Luncheon which takes place in June.

As Principal of The Bromley Group (TBG), she brings her creative ideas, extensive retail expertise and strategic management to clients seeking enhanced brand visibility and sales. Prior to establishing TBG, Bromley was the public relations director of several fashion corporations, including Vanity Fair Intimates and Texfi Industries.

Bromley has been a dedicated and long-standing board member and has an immense impact through her contributions over the years. We thank you, Karen, for your ongoing dedication and for consistently supporting our mission, and for inspiring us every day!


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