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Unwash New Hires

Anne Moratto | October 30, 2014 | 11:07 AM

 Unwash announced the hiring of two new team members; Don Stewart, Director of Sales and Elan McDowell, Lead Educator.

Don Stewart brings over 25 years of distribution and manufacturing experience in the beauty industry to Unwash as the Director of Sales. Prior to joining Unwash, Stewart was with Macadamia Natural Oil, Wella and Aveda.

Elan McDowell has been a stylist, educator, and consultant.  With experience that ranges from salon manager to design and development at L’Oreal, McDowell also travels with the national sales teams to offer her know-how and professional skills to stylists and salons.

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