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Erica C. Jarman

Owner - Operator

House of Strut

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House of Strut

Background Information

Employment History

Head of Corporate Recruiting for Rapidly Expanding Business

TMX Finance LLC


Recruiter and Account Executive

Robert Half International Inc


Executive Assistant for the Owner

Berenson & Company


Executive Assistant To the President

Savannah College of Art and Design


Contract Sales Manager and Style Ambassador

Zia Boutique


Executive Recruiter

Executive Recruiting Resources LLC


Web References(3 Total References)


scadmanor.com

House of Strut Owner Erica Jarman
The Starland district in Savannah is an emerging arts neighborhood driven by the creative, energetic people that inhabit it. South of Forsyth, this vibrant community is filled with a unique mix of local shops and businesses. Among this eclectic population is Erica Jarman, owner of House of Strut. House of Strut, an up-and-coming vintage wonderland makes a statement in the area. Stretching a block long, with a hot pink exterior and glitter-covered door, this southern home has been transformed into a destination that cant be overlooked. The façade is hints at the eclecticism of its interior, a maze of vintage garments with each room holding a set of unique treasures. Erica discovered her love for vintage clothing in college. After mimicking her peers in an effort to be accepted, she realised that she wasn't being genuine to herself. Erica found her authentic style through thrifting. Her collection of vintage goods grew because of her inability to "say no" to a piece of clothing with which she connected. I would go and find pieces, and I'd be like 'man, I love this, its wild, its crazy, doesn't fit? I don't care,' and I would save it. I would just keep doing that, and overtime I started putting looks together that were majority vintage." Erica had discovered her passion without yet realizing it. After 10 years of working as an executive recruiter, Erica decided she needed to get off of what she refers to as the "rat wheel. She sold her house, started saving and began a new career path, driven by her obsession with vintage clothing. Erica had a vision. She knew she wanted to do more than just sell clothes - she wanted to engage the community in other elements. House of Strut supports local Savannah artists by featuring works that "vibe with the vintage" throughout the store. Additionally, the store provides live music for art march.Music is an important part of Erica's life. "Music draws everyone in, it doesn't matter your race, your gender, your background; everybody loves music," said Erica. In addition to supporting her local community, Erica aims to sustain the global community by promoting the idea of "slow fashion". In 1970, 95% of the clothing worn by Americans was manufactured in America. Today, 97% of clothing is manufactured in developing countries. Fast Fashion is a term now widely used to describe the way in which clothing is manufactured. The mass production of clothing at high volumes with a low cost has fed the idea of disposable fashion. Erica refers to vintage as "slow fashion. Her store consists of 95% American Made clothing, with the other 5% being from cities like Paris and Hong Kong. Erica believes that each piece in House of Strut carries energy from its previous experience. When you put each item on, you "give that piece another experience. Shopping vintage produces a more personal experience than shopping at large cooperations where there are multiples copies of the same item a the rack. he unique feeling that comes from wearing a piece that is one of a kind is why vintage clothing is so singular.


www.mrasearch.net [cached]

Erica Jarman
Executive Recruiter After graduating from Georgia Southern University with a degree in Marketing and Sales, Erica held two positions that helped develop her skill set for an eventual career in Executive Recruiting. First, she served as an Executive Assistant for the owner of Berenson & Company - an investment bank in New York specializing in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. Next, she served as an Executive Assistant to the President of the Savannah College of Art and Design, one of the premier art institutions in the country. Next, Erica joined Robert Half International - the world's first and largest specialized staffing firm - as a Finance and Accounting Recruiter. As a Recruiter and Account Executive for RHI, Erica filled both contract and permanent positions for a wide range of clients. While working for RHI, Erica was recruited by one of her clients, TMX Finance, to become the head of corporate recruiting for their rapidly expanding business. TMX Finance is a leading consumer finance company with 750 locations in 13 states. Last year, TMX Finance had revenues of $750 million, and employed 3,000 people nationwide. As the lead Corporate Recruiting Director, Erica grew the corporate office from 30 employees to over 300 - sourcing, courting and acquiring executives from a number of Fortune 500 companies. In addition to her talent acquisition duties, Erica managed a number of recruitment projects like creating policies and processes, corporate recruiter training, and implementation of two applicant-tracking systems. Today, Erica is excited to apply her talent acquisition skills as a member of the MRA Search team, sourcing, qualifying, recruiting and presenting top accounting and finance candidates.


www.executiverecruitingresources.com [cached]

Erica Jarman formed Executive Recruiting Resources in 2011 after numerous years of recruiting, sales and related industry experience.
After graduating from Georgia Southern University with a degree in Marketing and Sales, Erica held two positions that helped develop her skill set for an eventual career in Executive Recruiting. First, she served as an Executive Assistant for the owner of Berenson & Company. Berenson & Company is an investment bank in New York specializing in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. Next, she served as an Executive Assistant to the President of the Savannah College of Art and Design, one of the premier art institutions in the country. Next, Erica joined Robert Half International as a Finance and Accounting Recruiter. Robert Half International (RHI) is the world's first and largest specialized staffing firm. As a Recruiter and Account Executive for RHI, Erica filled both contract and permanent positions for a wide range of clients. While working for RHI, Erica was recruited by one of her clients, TMX Finance, to become the head of corporate recruiting for their rapidly expanding business. TMX Finance, the holding company for TitleMax, TitleBucks, Insta-Loan, and AutoCash, is a leading consumer finance company with 750 locations in 13 states. Last year, the company had revenues of $750 million, and employed 3,000 people nationwide. As the lead Corporate Recruiting Director for TMX Finance, Erica grew the corporate office from 30 employees to over 300 employees. She sourced, courted and acquired executives from a number of Fortune 500 companies to join TMX Finance. In addition to her talent acquisition duties, Erica managed a number of recruitment projects like creating policies and processes, corporate recruiter training, and implementation of two applicant-tracking systems. TMX Finance remains one of her most valuable clients since leaving to form Executive Recruiting Resources. Erica lives in Savannah, GA with her husband Alex and their son Wyatt. Erica is an active fund raiser and volunteer for a number of local charities.


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