Karen Klopp is Founder of What2WearWhere.com, a lifestyle brand and a destination shopping website, combining a digital retail boutique and content rich blog, that helps today's busy women dress for all of life's events, sports and travel. 10% of profit from retail sales is donate to organizations sales is donated to organizations that help women, families and the environment.
She has taken her expertise, and the hundreds of questions from readers, asking for help with travel, and created Packing for Travel, a compact, organized and entertaining guide to simplify the process.
Karen spent her early career years as a freelance writer and filmmaker in the area of conservation and wildlife. Some of her projects include "With Peter Beard in Africa" for ABC Television and "Making Gorillas in the Mist" for Universal Pictures. In 1991, her film "Amazon Diary" was nominated for an Academy Award in the feature short category. In the early nineties, Karen and her partner Amy Hatkoff founded The Women's Group, a support group for women and children living in New York City shelters. From that experience came the book, "How to Save Children," a practical guide for individuals wanting to get involved in the lives of children "at risk."
Karen lives in New York City with her husband, John R. Klopp, Managing Director of Morgan Stanley Real Estate and her family. She continues to travel and reporting on lifestyle and fashion on What2WearWhere.