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FHI Heat Adds Nancy Wilhelmn to Their Growing Team

Anne Moratto | August 15, 2014 | 12:12 PM

FHI Heat Adds Nancy Wilhelmn to Their Growing Team

FHI Heat announced its recent hire of Nancy Wilhelmn to represent their show and education department. Wilhelm, who has served for more than 35 years in management positions for companies like Sexy Hair and Redken, has expertise in project management,  trade show management, client vendor relationships, negotiations, contract skills and event planning.

“Nancy will complement our strong existing capabilities in Shows and Education," says FHI President Shauky Gulamani. "She has a proven track record as a leader and team builder, and is a great fit with our corporate culture. She is a standard bearer of the FHI Heat mission, values and culture that are so important to us and to our customers.”

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