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Women of Beauty: Rebecca M. Gregory

October 14, 2011 | 1:53 PM

Rebecca M. Gregory

Technical Director
Organic Salon Systems

Women of Beauty: Rebecca M. GregoryFirst job in beauty Salon Coordinator for The Haircutting Company, St. Petersburg, FL, 1995

Licensed: Loraine’s Academy, St. Petersburg, FL, 1996

Three highlights of your career:

  1. My current position as the Technical Director for Organic Salon Systems by creating an education driven vision within a growing company that embodies and shares my own philosophy as well as my professional beliefs.
  2. Becoming a Redken Certified Colorist in New York City, NY.
  3. Raising thousands of dollars for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by partnering in the production of an Eco-Chic Fashion Show.

Beauty legend you respect: Ann Mincey. Her dedication to salon professionals and her continued contributions to public aid have made her a legend and an inspiration to me in my personal career path. I have read her book several times and I am always reminded that making a difference in others’ lives is more than just making them pretty on the outside but that we are building relationships and changing lives daily.

Choose beauty because: It’s an exciting career choice while helping to empower other women.

Tip: In order to make others feel great, you must remember to keep your glass full too.. Take time for wellness.

Quote or mantra: "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." — Ralph Waldo Emerson
 

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