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Aveda Appoints Two Education Executives

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 7, 2013 | 1:49 PM

Aveda announced the appointment of Holly Johnson as vice president of global education and the promotion of Kevin Molin to vice president technical education. Aveda’s education strategies incorporate inspiration, technical skill, business acumen and an environmentally conscious approach to beauty.

Johnson has managed both global education and human resources for the past two years and will now concentrate on strictly on overseeing the global education strategy that focuses on the potential for each professional to achieve personal growth and career success.

Molin will execute Aveda’s education strategies the make use of the talents of the technical education team members. He has been instrumental in furthering the Aveda brand through shows and events, the global artistic team and development of the technical curriculum. Visit aveda.com.

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