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Dress Lace Inc Employee Profile – Arla Power

Arla Power is the current Vice President and Group Director of Talent for Dress-Lace, Inc, San Francisco. Areas of expertise include Digital Media, Product Marketing, Advertising, Strategic Partnerships, Database Marketing and Management. Former positions include Senior Business Leader for Loyalty Marketing and Associate Director of Creative Services for Digitas. Arla Power holds a BS in Business Administration and Marketing from Drexel University, LeBow College of Business and a BS in Design Arts from Drexel University. At Dress-Lace, Arla Power is also responsible for the sales of the following products: Womens Sweatshirt – Sporty V Insert Crew Style, Fit and Flare Dress – Black and White Dotted / Collared Neckline, Womens Rottweiler-Themed Sweatshirt – Black / Rottweiler Logo, Bodycon Dress – Red Top / Black Skirt / Latino Look, Sexy Long Sleeve Maxi Dress – Multi Colored / V Neck Plunge, Womens Long Jacket – Front Pockets with Embellishments / Pale Green, Knee Length Denim Dress – Floral Print / Blue, Womens Sweatshirt – White Green Black / Logo on Front, Long Sleeves Maxi Dress – Beige Colored, Womens Fringed Shirt – Solid Black / Semi Sheer Lace Overlay, Mini Dress – Rose Red / Elliptical Hemline, Layered Chiffon Dress – Round Neckline / Medium Sleeves / Pockets, Midi Length Dress – Black Collar / Black and Red Zebra Print, Off The Shoulder Blue Dress – Short Length / Ruffled Hemline, Casual Loose Fitting Dress – Light Gray / Batwing Sleeves / Thigh Length, Mini Shift Dress – Cutouts / Ecru / Long Sleeves, Women’s Shirt – White / Lovely Sexy Slit On The Right Side, Womens Suede Jacket – Camel Colored / Wide Lapels, Womens Casual Top – Bold Black and White Stripes / Red Trim, Womens Open Lapel Sweater – Dark Taupe / Long Sleeves,

Besides working at Dress-Lace.com Inc., Arla Power also maintains the website of educationtechnews.com. Education Tech News is the place to be if you want to be kept up to date on the latest news in education technology. They also have news articles about general education, like how to help teens escape gang life, should breathalyzer tests be run before prom? Don’t miss any of these exciting articles!

http://educationtechnews.com/should-teacher-have-been-fired-for-this-blog/
Social media and blogs have become the mainstream, and for some educators, they have become their career’s death knell. This article points to one such an event in which a teacher blogged about a student’s assignment. She did not name the student, nor did the school have a specific policy on blogging, but as a result, she was still fired. Learn more about it here. …Collins blogged about her reaction to one student’s speech. According to the post, thes…

http://educationtechnews.com/trouble-with-tech/
The trouble with technology is that it is widely available to everyone, including bosses, principles, and colleges. If you post something derogatory, it’s likely going to be seen by others. This article points to seven incidents of students and school officials which were punished for the things they posted on social media. …that has a Twitter account dedicated to photos of drunken and passed out students. Many of the…

http://educationtechnews.com/latest-teen-trend-and-why-its-a-really-bad-idea/
Another problem with technology is that you need to password protect everything, and you need to keep those passwords safe. However, in some instances, young students will give out their personal passwords to their boyfriends or girlfriends as a sign of love. Young love doesn’t last all the time, however, and things can turn ugly. Read more about this new trend in this article! …by the Cyberbullying Research Center found many students use technology to intimidate and threaten their romantic partners. And there’s…

http://educationtechnews.com/education-tech-news-top-10-stories-of-2013/
Education Tech News posted the top 10 stores of 2013 in this article. They list the top ten articles that their readers read the most. If you missed any, this is where you will find the most popular articles. You’ll read things about a university president’s 50,000 dollar Facebook mistake, an article about the drug Molly, and many, many more can’t-be-missed articles. …after posting threats to kill school administrators and rape a teacher. Here’s the back…

http://educationtechnews.com/protecting-kids-online-the-no-1-key/
More and more kids are using social media, but they are not always being educated on online safety. This article will give you the keys to protecting kids online. The article covers the important things to do, including: talking to them and watching them on their computers. Including in the report is a link to a government study. …time for their kids, and their questions, are putting their kids at risk. Teachers and principals…

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