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Eufora Announces Additions and Changes to Leadership Team

Anne Moratto | July 12, 2016 | 10:14 AM
(Left to right) Joanne Magan, Philip Carreon

Eufora National Business Trainer and Eufora Salon Owner Network National Coordinator, Joanne Magana, has taken on the newly created role of director of business education. Magana will work closely with Eufora leadership to design and implement an in-salon business curriculum, and will help to identify and train potential business educators. In addition to her new responsibilities, Magana will continue to lead the Eufora Salon Owner Network Program with a new platform centered on the salon guest.

In other Eufora news, celebrity stylist Philip Carreon has been named the new Eufora International Creative Director. Carreon is the co-owner of Estilo Salon in Los Angeles and an editorial stylist with a celebrity clientele.

Carreon spent the first sixteen years of his career working for Sebastian International, where he worked alongside Creative Director Geri Cusenza and became Sebastian’s Artistic Director. He appeared on the 2009 and 2010 season of the reality competition series “Project Runway.”

Carreon has been acting as a creative consultant for Eufora for the past year, helping execute photo shoots alongside the Eufora Artistic Team. As creative director, Carreon will also contribute to advanced education and seasonal collections for Eufora International.

“We are thrilled to enter this new era of Eufora by welcoming Philip Carreon to the team,” Beth Bewley, co-founder of Eufora International, says. “We know that his expertise and skills will be an invaluable asset to our company, as well as a source of inspiration to the thousands of Eufora stylists around the world.”

 

 

 

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