Before moving to Greenville from Florida, Aggie worked as an interior designer and owned her own store. She's been a valuable part of the Breakout Bras team since April of 2017. She says, "I am the retail store's merchandiser and event coordinator. I have been creating displays for over 20 years, and I enjoy looking for events that are a good fit for Breakout Bras. My goal is always to find the perfect match."
Aggie has arranged Breakout Bras' involvement in 5K races like Greenville's annual St. Paddy's Day Dash and Bash and Susan G. Komen's Race for The Cure, seminars at the Breastfeeding Center of Greenville, consignment sales like Switcharoos at the TD Convention Center, and more!
She's always hitting the town with her flyers and promotional materials to meet with local business owners who might want to partner with Breakout Bras. When she's not zipping around Greenville making connections for the company, she's arranging its newest showroom layout or fitting customers in the dressing-rooms.
Aggie is one of a kind, and she definitely has an interesting backstory. She graduated from Regis College in Weston, MA with a major in Art and a minor in Communications, and during her time working at the Riviera Country Club in Coral Gables, FL, she worked as a personal shopper for Alex Rodriguez ... That's right, she worked for A-Rod!
To describe herself in three words, Aggie chose kind, intuitive, and trustworthy.
When asked who her hero was, she replied, "My hero is my son! I admire his strength and perseverance." She added, "Every day, I learn something new from him. He is a very special person, and I am very proud of being his mom."
Aggie's husband is also very important to her. She's a breast cancer survivor, and he has always been her biggest supporter. Now Aggie uses her experience to give back to her community by helping other women in recovery feel good about themselves.
She is one of four specially certified fitters at Breakout Bras who underwent an 11 hour training with Anita Care to properly help women find mastectomy post-surgical garments.