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Councilwoman Whitney Ullman to Appear on Wendy Williams Show Thursday Morning

She'll model work wear as part of In Style magazine's new fall trends fashion show.

Councilwoman Whitney Ullman passed the and will now be appearing on The Wendy Williams Show.

Ullman will appear as part of In Style magazine’s new fall trends fashion show Thursday morning, Sept. 27, 10 a.m. on Fox 29 Philadelphia. She will model work wear clothes, although she can’t say at this time what she will be modeling.

“It’s going to be very brief,” Ullman said. “She’s going to welcome me to the show and talk about my outfit. I’m going to model it and walk off the stage.”

She will be one of a number of models on the show. All the models will make a brief appearance and return at the end of the show.

“It shows that when you put yourself out there, things will happen,” Ullman said. “But no one’s going to come knocking on your door. You have to submit things yourself.”

Ullman will be going up to New York Wednesday and staying overnight. She’ll appear on the show, which is broadcast live, before heading home.

Ullman auditioned for the show in August after seeing on Facebook that the show was looking for models. She sent in an application, followed by additional photos before being asked to audition for the show. She was originally scheduled to appear on the show Sept. 13, but her appearance was postponed until this week.

Ullman also runs WIN Promotions & Consulting, which, according to her website, "helps clients form proven networking strategies in order to increase their contact databases."

Ullman, who missed Monday night’s council meeting, also weighed in on the council’s 4-2 vote to deny Go Green Galloway’s request to make Galloway a Fair Trade Town.

“I would have voted in favor of it,” Ullman said. “It can only be a positive for Galloway. I thought it would be great, and would attract different people to Galloway.”

Laura Madsen September 26, 2012 at 01:31 PM
I've had the pleasure of working with Whitney Ullman on several projects and she has amazing energy, poise, and ambition. I love that she has achieved so much and now gets to shine on the Wendy Williams show! This is just one more accomplishment that inspires others everywhere. Good luck, Whitney! And congratulations!
Libra Belle September 26, 2012 at 01:35 PM
I think it's fantastic Whitney explores all avenues which adds to her sophistication not only as an accomplished professional in the field of finance and politics but as a classy 'fashionista' as well! You go Whitney!! Oh and as far as Mr. "Huddy" is concerned, I guess you were brought up without the basic fundamental morals. You know like the one, if you don't have anything nice to say... you get the drift. Don't quit your day job! Such miserable people in this world so sad:(
Lynn Bardowski September 26, 2012 at 02:17 PM
Congrats Whitney! Thanks for inspiring the next generation of women go for their dreams and toot their own horn. We need more women like you in politics - it's time for women to step into their power! Why can't we be a Fashionista, Visionista & Councilnista? That's how the ladies get it done!
Turtle1 September 26, 2012 at 03:29 PM
I applaud Whitney for inspiring all of us in how to best live out our dreams. For pushing herself to constantly do more, learn more. Whitney is a mentor to many. We appreciate her ongoing commitment to the residents of Galloway and just as important for the role she plays in supporting and inspiring so many each and every day!!
Diane Iannacone September 26, 2012 at 05:16 PM
Wow Josh way to go another jealous man afraid of outgoing ambitious woman. You have no idea how wrong you are about Whitney! I've known Whitney since she was 15 years old, how dare you insult her like that. I hope you don't ever have a duaghter of you r own.
Andy R. September 26, 2012 at 07:11 PM
Dianne-Joshua, I know Whitney. A good hearted person. However, I feel Wendy Williams,Paris Hilton,Karadsian,Springer ,Downey types are PART of reason many many countrys accept American $$$ but hate America and kill American men and women sent by U.S. politicians to help and protect people who hate US.
Janet Garraty September 26, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Joshua, what are you leading the world in? A name calling, do nothing, ignorant, beligerant guy who has nothing better to do than smear a young woman's good name? As for what's America's leadership in the world, it certainly didn't start with the ugliness that you are so proudly displaying. Spare me your inane attempt at patriotism, Joshua. You are no patriot of what America stands for. We are great people who celebrate life and work hard in our communities, despite so-called citizens like you who spend their days tearing others down. Oh, in case you're wondering where my patriotism lies? He's a Marine, 3/8 India Company serving in Afghanistan who works to allow you to have the freedom to write stupid things on the Internet. Whitney, you look fabulous. Thank you for your diligent work on township council. Semper Fi
Janet Garraty September 26, 2012 at 07:57 PM
That's good you're free Joshua...no matter how cheap your shots are. You mistake the name calling stunts you spew for real dialog. You're a shock jock who is lucky to have the 1st Amendment on his side. But, like him, you revel in ugliness too. And as for cheapening my Marine's commitment? I'll let him know you said that. I'm sure he'll be thrilled.
VTPat September 26, 2012 at 08:10 PM
Galloway Council has a Councilperson named Whitney Ullman? Could have fooled me.
Donna September 26, 2012 at 08:39 PM
Whitney...stay true to yourself . America was built on moxie and ambition. For your well earned "fifteen minutes of fame" you have given selfishly of yourself to help so many people. The people who know and love you applaud you and are proud to call you a friend!
Rachel R September 27, 2012 at 12:56 AM
Congratulations Whitney! You have always treated people with kindness, generosity and respect. I'm proud of you and hope that this experience will inspire people to live their life seeking new and exciting opportunities to shine!

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