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Meet Patrice Jordan, Owner of Her Secret Vault February 14, 2017

New York, New York
Meet Patrice Jordan, Owner of Her Secret Vault, New York, New York

Since 2014, Patrice Jordan has taken her passion for fashion and shared it with the world. Her vision of sophisticated, sexy style has flourished into a popular online boutique, Her Secret Vault, catering toward the working woman. As an experienced business woman who also owns a minority building management company, Ms. Jordan brings a background of personal training, real estate, property management, and HR management & sales, which she has applied to her business career. Now, Ms. Jordan is dedicated to her online fashion boutique and is prepared to expand the line.

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