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Wednesday, April 24th, Join USA Today Storytellers Project + Holy Name Medical Center for a night of unexpected stories from Bergen County!

I am thrilled to share the tough conversation that changed my life forever on Wednesday, April 24th in Ridgefield Park, NJ @ 7pm ET

As a part of the Story Tellers Project, part of the USA Today Network and my community Wednesday, April 24th at 7pm, join us as we share honest, funny, sad, happy, interesting and thought provoking conversations that changed our lives forever..

Join Holy Name Medical Center in partnership with Storytellers Brand Studio for a night of true, first-person storytelling from everyday people in Bergen, about the tough conversations that change our lives forever.

Together we will explore the power of having the right talks with the right people. This event will bring out stories from people in the greater Bergen community with compelling insights into the ways honest, vulnerable conversations changed their families, workplaces and communities. These are the unexpected stories – some charming, some surprising, some funny – from the men and women who make this community so singular.

Location: AMC Ridgefield Park 12, Ridgefield Park, NJ

Auditorium #2

AMC Ridgefield Park 12

For Tickets:


April 10, 2019

Sheriff Cureton, Emme to Share Personal Stories at Live Event

[NORTH JERSEY] — What do you get when you put a supermodel, doctor and sheriff in the room with two activists? You get "Conversations that Changed Everything: A night of storytelling presented by Holy Name Medical Center." The USA TODAY NETWORK, part of Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) and Storytellers Brand Studio, are pleased to announce a true, first-person storytelling event in partnership with Holy Name Medical Center.

Body-positive supermodel Emme will join Dr. Charles Vialotti, Bergen County Sheriff Anthony Cureton, Garden State Equality Executive Director Christian Fuscarino and political activist Kaity Assaf for the live storytelling event which takes place at:

  • 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.

  • April 24, 2019

  • AMC Ridgefield Park 12, 75 Challenger Road, Ridgefield Park, N.J.

Featuring all-new stories never heard before on stage by storytellers from the North Jersey community, these are real people coached by USA TODAY NETWORK storytelling professionals.

Each teller will share a story about a tough conversation that changed their life. Emme will share a story from her early days in the modeling industry and how one negative experience could have put her on another path, but she had the fortitude to hold true to her dreams. Cureton had to go against his father's wishes to make the best call he knew for his family at the time.

Fuscarino will share a story of how he stood up and did what was right even though he was told not to by those in charge. Assaf will speak of an experience in high school where she fought for change and saw positive results. And Vialotti will share how what started as one conversation between two men are now thousands of conversations with hospice patients and their families offering comfort and peace.

General admission tickets are $10 and are available at The event is produced by the Storytellers Brand Studio in partnership with Holy Name Medical Center.

More on the Storytellers Project:

The Storytellers Project is a nationwide series of live storytelling nights in which neighbors and notables share true, first-person stories. These events combine oral storytelling and journalism to reflect and serve communities, as well as to develop connection and empathy in them. Journalists from USA TODAY NETWORK newsrooms manage and host these nights in front of audiences of 75 to 400. The series has 100+ nights in 2018 alone, at venues ranging from the Ace Hotel and Swim Club in Palm Springs, to the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines and the Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville. In less than 10 minutes each, everyday Americans share coached and curated stories that celebrate universal values while reflecting on themes chosen by the newsroom’s staff to be broadly appealing, including food and family, love and dating, and growing up. The Storytellers Project celebrates the idea that when we share our stories, we become emotionally and financially invested in one another and in our community.


The USA TODAY NETWORK is the largest local to national media network in the country. Powered by integrated and award-winning news organizations with deep roots in 109 local communities, plus USA TODAY, the multiplatform news network informs and engages more than 110 million people every month through its diverse portfolio of digital, mobile, and publishing products.



Emme on The RachAel Ray Show!

Wearing my denim ME by EMME dress for Ashley Stewart, click link…also (Insta @byAshleyStewart) dress collection is going on sale online February 2019!

It’s a BODY CON dress (you pour yourself in) So if you’re a true 10/12, buy the 12. If you’re a 14, buy the 14/16. If you’re a true 16/18 buy the 18/20, you get what I mean. If you shorten, please make sure the sweep (the bottom of the dress) is nice and close to your leg but wide enough to walk, meant to hit, 1.5 inches below bottom of knee. Classic sexy.

Necklace (my gold one might be sold out by now) but other substantial pieces like the one I am wearing can be found at Baronnes (on instagram @baronnessjewel) If you find yourself in NYC, Barones’ Store: 832 Lexington Avenue, NYC 10065 (price point: high). I will look into sourcing accessories in the more moderate price point but from time to time, I will wear luxury and better to bridge price points as well!




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Gift a Miracle -November 29th


Gift a Miracle -November 29th

Please join me as The Tiny Miracles Foundation hosts its first Holiday Shopping Event:

Gift a Miracle

November 29, 2017

1 - 9 PM

Wee Burn Country Club

410 Hollow Tree Road, Darien, CT

A VIP lunch (11:30am-1pm) featuring celebrity guest speaker, EMME, a leading presence in the fashion industry, is certain to draw many shoppers seeking unique, trendsetting holiday gifts of the finest quality.

For more information please visit: or call 203 202-9714.

The Tiny Miracles Foundation is a not-for-profit organization recognized as tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). Our mission is to help families of infants born prematurely in Fairfield County, Connecticut. The Tiny Miracles Foundation, Inc. (“TTMF”) is a volunteer-based organization that provides emotional support, practical assistance, supplies and information to parents of children born prematurely. TTMF does not provide medical advice or services. The contents of, our online community, our brochure, and/or other TTMF materials, services and offerings are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended, and should not be used, to replace the advice of healthcare professionals. All medical care, treatment, services, questions and decisions should be discussed thoroughly with your personal physician(s).

The Tiny Miracles Foundation is located at 381 Post Road, 2nd Floor. Darien, CT. 06820.