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Jarrod Kahn

Jarrod Kahn

Jarrod Kahn is the President of the Accessories Division of Global Brands Group formally known as LF USA a multimillion dollar accessory company, specializing in belts, small leather goods, handbags, cold weather accessories and fashion scarves.

Despite being challenged at a young age with his own learning disability, he was able to overcome his obstacles and achieve success.

After graduating from Northeastern University in 1991, where he received a BS in Communications, Jarrod joined the The Max Leather Group/Cipriani Accessories as a Sales Associate. Thanks to his hard work and love of the business he was later promoted to President of Sales. Jarrod became a partner in The Max Leather Group/Cipriani Accessories which was sold to LF USA in 2010. Through Jarrod’s keen sense of the market place and the idiosyncrasies of the retail industry, he was able to negotiate license agreements with Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, John Varvatos, Lacoste, Guess, Cole Haan, Vince Camuto and Nine West as well as many others.

Jarrod has been a proud supporter of the National Center for Learning Disabilities for over six years. He plays a big role in their annual fundraiser and is also on the Anne Ford & Allegra Ford Scholarship Committee. Jarrod is a devoted husband to his wife Jenna and a loving father to his two daughters Ava and Olivia and his son Jesse. He is also an active member of the YPO Metro Chapter.

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