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Jennifer Parks of Sexy Hair Nominated for LA Business Award

Anne Moratto | May 22, 2013 | 12:46 PM

Jennifer Parks of Sexy Hair Nominated for LA Business Award

Members of the Sexy Hair team joined business leaders from all over Southern California on May 14th at the JW Marriott in Downtown Los Angeles to honor some of the region’s most successful women business leaders including one of their own. Jennifer Parks, Senior Vice President of National Accounts for Sexy Hair was nominated for the Los Angeles Business Journal’s prestigious 2013 Women Making A Difference Award. Over 250 were nominated for the award with Parks one of only five finalists in the Executive of the Year category.

 “Jennifer’s experience, leadership and guidance have been a tremendous asset to Sexy Hair,” says Karl Heinz Pitsch, president and CEO of Sexy Hair. “We are happy she was selected and proud that members of the business community acknowledged her talent and contribution.”

 

 

 Parks has led her Sexy Hair sales team to double digit growth, year over year increases and has received numerous industry honors over the past 12 years.

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