Fashioning Fashion for Good: Working Towards a Universal Code of Ethics and Social Responsibility in the Fashion World
'Fashion for Good,' an international interdisciplinary conference, promoting and identifying examples of best practices in: Ethical Character Values, Good Citizenship and Inclusion in fashion and non-profit worlds.
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The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 7, pp.191-198.
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Wilma King has taught at O’More College of Design, Franklin, TN, Texas Southern University, and the Art Institute of Houston, Houston, TX and Benedict College, Columbia, SC. Her work began in advertising and marketing with Bobbin magazine and La Bobina, international trade publications for the sewn products industry, but she has experience broadly in the journalism, advertising and public relations. In 1989, before coming to WKU, she served on the World Economic Summit Host Committee Staff in Houston, Texas, as the Summit’s graphic designer and The Texas Medical Center News in Houston, Texas. Her interests and research are in international Public Relations, particularly in ethics and social responsibility. She is currently working with an international, cross-disciplinary group of professionals and educators in Italy joining fashion and non-profit worlds on these issues. She has taught study-abroad courses in Italy two summers. She has garnered nine fellowships in her 15 years at Western and was coordinator of the Public Relations Program at Western Kentucky University for three years. Although she currently resides in Kentucky, Wilma is a South Carolina native, and has lived in several other states, including Alaska, Washington DC, Louisiana and Texas.
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