About Caressa Brown
Caressa Brown is a native Daytonian and former employee of G.M. Truck & Bus in Moraine. A 1998 graduate of Jefferson High School she went on to earn her degree in Educational/Organizational Leadership from Wright State University in 2007. Caressa, began her modeling career at the age of 12 having had contracts in major markets as well as smaller markets. Ms.Brown served as the Director of Operations for the first Fashion Week in Dayton in 2012. Active in the community since childhood, Caressa enjoys volunteering her time for local events, non-profit organizations, and is also a Community Voices Producer for 91.3 FM WYSO. In 2013, Caressa was nominated for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Woman of the Year, added to the Council of Fashion Designers of America's Volunteer Program for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and was unanimously appointed by the Montgomery County Commissioners to sit on the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District Board of Trustees . Currently, Caressa is the CEO of the Dayton Emerging Fashion Incubator (DE-FI) LLC which helps and mentors area fashion professionals from designers to models and help them take their careers to the next level.