Welcome to the solutions to all of your fabulous problems! My name is Anna and I am a fashion addict. I give tips on fashion, hair, makeup, interior design problems, event planning tips/suggestions and how to shop for your look on ANY budget.
I am a graduate from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM, you know, the school Lauren Conrad “goes” to on The Hills) and now own an Orange County Interior Design company. I am on the radio everyday from 12-1pm on Star 103.7 with a segment called "How to live like a Star" where I give fashion tips and style advice. I spend a lot of time shopping and watching runway shows to get the latest and greatest in the name of fashion!
My mission: to help people live the most fabulous life they want and deserve! So send me pictures of your rooms, your clothes, your makeup problems, hair issues, anything! And I will be the friend that will tell you the truth because it's time for you to be fabulous!
Katelyn Nguyen graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Biology from the University of Kentucky. She went on to optometry school in southern California, and is currently in her sixth year as a licensed and practicing optometrist. More recently, inspired by her own experience in health and fitness, she obtained certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a personal fitness trainer.
In her spare time, in addition to running her own optometry office and coaching clients to better health, Katelyn writes short stories and is currently developing a screenplay. She also enjoys acting, singing, dancing, cooking, traveling, and learning new languages. (She is able to conduct eye exams in English, Vietnamese, or Spanish). Her New Year's Resolutions for 2009 are to learn French and Chinese, go back to Paris, laugh often, and love always.
Greg Buie attended the University of California, San Diego where he minored in East Asian History and received his B.A. in Political Science: International Relations. In 2007 he received his M.A. in International Studies & Diplomacy from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Greg has served as Co-Director (and now Director) of the Visions organization since 2004. He also served as Education Director and then President of another small nonprofit organization called the Rebuild Sri Lanka Foundation, in which he did development and educational projects in Sri Lanka for two years until 2006.
Currently he also holds the position of Office Coordinator for the International Medical Health Organization (IMHO), a nonprofit organization committed to developing and improving health care in underserved communities, particularly in Sri Lanka. Greg has done research on various human rights issues in Sri Lanka, Burma, and Thailand and is very much committed to social justice and human rights issues.