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Jeannie Mai          

Fashion Correspondent, Co-host of "The Real" on FOX & "Steampunkd" on GSN

The host of the Style Network's Emmy-nominated show How Do I Look?, Jeannie Mai is a popular television personality, fashionista, makeup artist, and inspirational speaker. With over a decade of experience empowering women through the power of femininity both onscreen and off, Mai's mission in life is to help women realize their full potential.

On How Do I Look?, a fashion intervention show, Mai empowers women to discover their true beauty, overcome their insecurities, and employ fashion to give them the confidence they need to help achieve their career goals. Before gaining national recognition for her colorful fashion sense and exuberant personality, she was a celebrity makeup artist and stylist from San Jose, Calif.

Mai thanks her mother for teaching her the connection between pride in your appearance and personal success as early as her first day of school. She believes that the relationship between mother and daughter is one of the most important in life, and shared her story in the popular book series Chicken Soup for the Soul. Today, she appears as a frequent fashion correspondent on programs such as The Today Show and E! News and serves as a style expert for Perez Hilton's hit fashion website,, which brings in over nine million unique visitors per month.

As a major advocate for women's empowerment, Mai receives rave reviews wherever she speaks. Most recently she spoke at Maria Shriver's The Women's Conference immediately following other notable talent such as Donna Karan, Jessica Simpson, and Jane Fonda. Due to her commitment to teaching women the power of wardrobe, she is an active supporter of charitable causes from Seven Bar to Dress for Success and frequently hosts events like Hope in the City: Creating Fashion to Spark Creativity. In addition to honoring women as the emcee of the 2010 Women in Telecommunications (WICT) LEA Awards, Mai also uses her recognition as a fashionista as a platform to promote fledgling female designers and entrepreneurs from around the world by wearing their designs on air and on the red carpet.


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Speech Topics

The Power of Fashion, in Life & at Work

Jeannie Mai's main goal in all she does it helping others reach their potential. Oftentimes she sees that people are held back by fashion, especially in their careers. For this reason, she strives to educate women and men on how they can empower themselves through their wardrobe and dress for the career they want, not the career they have. In this inspiring speech, Mai - a board member for Dress for Success - shares unique situations from her show on Style Network, How Do I Look?, to describe the power of fashion in leading a successful life, urging audiences to harness that power in their own careers.

Career: Finding It & Building It

As a self-made television personality and spokesperson, keynote speaker Jeannie Mai discovered her natural joy to motivate others and celebrate people's passions at a young age. Realizing the need for a bigger movement to create confidence within women, Mai travels the globe to share her rmotivational message with students, mothers, and women in transition. In this talk, she will help audiences not only identify their passion, but also guide them in how to make the right moves to achieve their career goals.

Female Empowerment

Jeannie Mai firmly believes femininity is the most powerful quality a woman can have in the world. From teaching women to take an appreciating look at the way they speak, move, walk, think, and react to embracing all the situations in life that have brought them to become the woman they are now, Mai strives to makes every woman feel worthy. In this talk, she shares personal situations that taught her to change her perspectives to become more influential and powerful, and also humbling moments in life that has become the foundation for the woman she has become.

Asian American Pride

Asian American speaker Jeannie Mai tries to be a positive role model for the community whenever possible. Instilled with values from her heritage, she understands what it is like to sometimes feel like an outsider in American culture. Excited to be part of a world where diversity is becoming more widespread and celebrated in the workforce, she is an active supporter of the Asian Professional Exchange (APEX), which brings together Asian American professions to encourage and empower them to reach their dreams. In this inspiring speech, she outlines her personal success story, encouraging Asian Americans to pursue their dreams and celebrate their heritage.

Pray It Forward: Faith & Spirituality

Keynote speaker Jeannie Mai fully attributes her focus and success in life to the principles she's learned through her faith. As a liberal Christian, she shares an open-minded perspective on the biblical values practiced in today's world. Mai - who does not take an evangelical stance on any specific denomination - draws upon her actions and everyday choices in this speech, intimately sharing why, after certain experiences and realizations, she has chosen the faith that guides her today.


Jeannie Mai is making Pinays over–for personal style, not just fashion

Taking on executive producer duties as well this time around, the loquacious Jeannie, an American with Vietnamese-Chinese roots, charmed media guests with her candor and had them laughing with her self-deprecating humor.

Jeannie Mai is looking good

The second season of How Do I Look? Asia has the Asian American celebrity at the helm. Tahir Alhamzah has the story THERE is no doubt that Jeannie Mai is hardworking. She travelled from the US to Singapore to film the entire Season 2 of the upcoming How Do I Look? Asia, and spent 12 consecutive days to shoot eight episodes of the show.

How Do I Look? host Jeannie Mai says Asian women most self-critical about their bodies

SINGAPORE: Jeannie Mai, the outspoken host of two successful TV shows, feels she has had to break out of Asian stereotypes in her pursuit of success. In an interview with Channel NewsAsia, the Asian-American style guru, who rose to fame presenting 11 seasons of makeover show How Do I Look?

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