About Us

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About Us

OUR STORE:
 
I Am More Scarsdale is a unique Women’s Boutique, featuring the hottest new trends in Fashion, Accessories, Athleisure and Jewelry.  However, I Am More is MORE than your run of a mill retail shop.  The “AM” stands for our initials (Abbey and Marcy), and the “MORE” is for any mantra our customers want to feel about themselves, including “Confident, Strong, Fierce, Sexy and Loved.”

 

 

OUR MISSION:

  • Empowering women to make them feel confident.
  • Supporting up and coming and established women-owned businesses and designers.
  • Giving back to local and women's philanthropic organizations.

 

 

PHILANTHROPIC EVENTS AND CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS:

 
We offer wellness events to educate our clientele on issues affecting women and their families, as“knowledge” is the greatest power. 
  • Breast Cancer Awareness - Breast Cancer Research Foundation
  • Shop & Share - The Sharing Shelf of Family Services of Westchester
  • Hudson Loft - The Children's Hope Chest
  • Fostering Positive Body Image - The Food Bank of Westchester
  • The Scarsdale Public Libary
  • Juvenile Myositis Foundation
  • Mindfulness and Meditation (February 28th) - Pediatric Cancer Foundation

 

 

WHO WE ARE:

 

Marcy Berman-Goldstein is a board-certified Radiologist, specializing in women's imaging. She has been active in the Junior League of Central Westchester since 2010, a local non-profit women's organization whose mission includes developing the potential of women. She has chaired many of the leagues fundraising events and has served on the communications team as a graphic designer, marketing many of the League's endeavors. She has assisted her mother grow an award-winning retail business, which has been family owned and operated since 1996, with roles including purchasing, merchandising, sales and marketing. She looks forward to her continued efforts helping women look and feel their best, and giving back to her community.

 

Abbey Solomon holds a Masters degree in early childhood elementary education. She has worked in both women's and children's retail, and has run many successful pop-up sales with various vendors in her home. She has also helped her father's acclaimed family-owned and operated retail business, Posman Books, for over 20 years, which was named Best Bookstore by New York Magazine. Her retail experience includes sales, merchandising and purchasing. She is a prior board member of the Children's Hope Chest and has remained active for the past several years, including organizing their hat and glove collections. She looks forward to her continued work in retail, helping women feel confident and giving back to the community.

 

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