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University of the District of Columbia (Trade and Industrial)
University of the District of Columbia (Master's)
Scanners Beauty Academy (Other)
I am a Career Cosmetologist, that started from a role of student in Beauty Culture, that now has over 30 years in the industry.
I am a Licensed Cosmetology Instructor, State board member, National Cosmetology board member, Career Arts and Sciences Schools Academic and Industry Evaluator for a National Commission, Certified Cosmetology Teacher (exp./2017), Professor of Cosmetology and related Sciences Curriculum and Instruction. Former President of the District of Columbia Association for Career and Technical Education, Beauty Consultant, Basic and Advance Cosmetology Instructor/ Tutor.
I have a love and passion for our industry, education, licensing, and truth of our professional career. I believe all art and academic focused students can have a very rewarding career path with the beauty industry, also have the opportunity to cross over into other fields of education, to name a few: Music industry, Medical field, Arts and Entertainment, Fire Science, Business Finance and management, Education, Event planning, Beauty Competitions, Trade show presentations, and yes even Community involvement careers. There are so many more pathways and the life time learner will appreciate the industry we are a part of. I am a Career Cosmetologist, that started from a role of student in Beauty Culture, that now has over 30 years in the industry.
I am a Licensed Cosmetology Instructor, State board member, National Cosmetology board member, Career Arts and Sciences Schools Academic and
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I am a clarinet player and bass clarinet player.
I have played in concert, marching, and symphonic seasons.
I continue to practice and tutor youth to date.
I am a licensed Cosmetology Instructor/Certified Cosmetology Teacher and Professor of Cosmetology.
I am a State board member and national board member.
I am an evaluator Academic/Industry nationally.
I have 30 years' experience and tutor experience of over 20 years.