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From coast to coast on April 9, 2019, from 6 to 8 PM, Paul Mitchell Schools will throw open their doors for National Open House Night.

Patrice Washington is a nationally recognized best-selling author, featured columnist, television commentator, transformational speaker, spokesperson, radio host, and leading authority on personal finance, entrepreneurship, and success for women and youth.

With several Paul Mitchell Schools in Houston and Louisiana, Dean Winn Claybaugh was grateful and relieved to learn that the schools are safe but sad to hear that many of their students and staff –along with so many others in the hurricane's wake– have been personally affected.

John Mosley, who calls himself and his trademarked line of apparel and accessories the “Popular Nobody,” is one of the most sought after barbers in the industry—but that’s only one of the cards he holds in his “Renaissance Man” deck of talent.

With nearly three decades of salon owner experience, Keri Davis-Duffy has optimized her frontline years as a hairstylist and multi-salon owner in greater San Diego.

Held this year at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood, CA, the Paul Mitchell Schools 14th annual FUNraising Gala was a star-studded celebration attended by representatives and celebrity spokespeople from this year’s 10 supported charities, along with students and staff from the schools, plus families, friends, and fans from the entertainment and beauty industries.

Whether it is new technology, a simpler workflow, or advice on how to talk to your stylists, there is always something to perfect in the salon business and it all took place last weekend at The Millennium Experience 2017 in steamy Fort Lauderdale!

Step into the most rewarding and prosperous community in the beauty and wellness industry by attending The Millennium Experience 2017. Learn from top educators as they teach you how to become the greatest version of yourself, and transform your business into a cutting-edge and successful salon!

Michelle Christie, Ms.Ed., CCC, Ed.D., founded the nonprofit organization, No Limits, in 1996 to help underserved and economically disadvantaged children with hearing loss gain the skills to succeed in school and life through its national theater program and afterschool educational centers.

The National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations (NECO) presented its 2017 Ellis Island Medals of Honor on Sunday, May 13, 2017.

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