Renee Cafaro is a freelance writer who has written articles on a myriad of topics, from politics to travel. Her work has been published in the New York Post, Yahoo! Travel and many online outlets. Cafaro serves as the US editor of premier plus size fashion magazine SLiNK, available at Barnes & Noble and retailers in 18 countries. She founded her first blog, FoxyRoxyFashion, in 2010 to write about couture fashion for curvy women, plus size trends and body positivity. Starting in 2017, she appeared on many panels, network affiliate morning shows, Stanford Women's Center and also was a contributor for Like a Boss Girls, an empowerment platform for over 1 million young women.
Her more than 12 years of experience as a former political strategist as well as her subsequent career change led her to become a contributor of Mind of a Mentor, a podcast that highlights struggle-to-success stories to inspire women in the workforce.
Renee has spent a lifetime fighting for the underdog and social justice, and despite many thinking her transition from government is odd, she actually feels that size inclusivity is a political issue. She is very passionate about all aspects of her life and seamlessly interweave them.
Cafaro has spoken on many expert panels and given insights on a host of important issues on national media outlets including The Tamron Hall Show and The New York Times.
In 2020, the face of furloughs, Renee set out to help fashion freelancers and NYC Garment Center small businesses stay on their feet while developing innovative, quality clothing from the most underserved sizes, 16-32+ and started Renee Cafaro Atelier, LLC. Her ready-to-wear brand, RCA Public Label was launched on couture site, 11Honoré, with their biggest virtual trunk show of 2021 and now available at rcapubliclabel.com . Cafaro is a woman with many projects but never one to skimp on quality. She hopes that her life’s success and the recent integration of her diverse creative and professional experience will inspire the next generation of women to go after their dreams and reach their full potential.