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MODERN Asks, Industry Answers: What is Your Proudest Professional Moment?

Alison Alhamed | April 6, 2017 | 12:15 PM

At the recent Beauty Changes Lives Experience 2017 at Chicago's Art Institute, MODERN editors Alison Alhamed, Maggie Mulhern and Stacey Soble ask industry icons, educators and leaders, "What is your proudest professional moment?"

See the full wrap up of the 2017 event here, and to learn more about the 2017 Beauty Changes Lives Experience, sponsors and Legacy Award winners, make sure to check out the Beauty Changes Lives Experience digital edition here

Featuring: Lynelle Lynch, founder of Beauty Changes Lives; Sydell Miller, Matrix and Ardell co-founder; Frank Fulco, VP sales Conair; Joe Santy, VP Success of Olaplex; Anthony Mascolo, TIGI co-founder; Luis Alvarez, VP of Marketing, Creative, Education for BaBylissPRO; Trevor Attenborough, General Manager KAO Salon North America; Martin Dale, VP Education for Matrix; Rachel Judd, CosmoProf; Karen Gordon, J Gordon Salons; Carole Protat, Wella Creative Director; Denise Provenzano, founder and owner Zanos Salon and partner at Pivot Point Academy; Jeff Schwartz, Olaplex; Todd Kane, Matrix artist; Larry Silvestri, President of Cosmetologist Chicago and COO of Mario Tricoci salons; Chrystofer Benson, Matrix Artistic Director; Eric Fisher, salon owner, school owner, Aquage platform artist; Dilek Onur-Taylor, co creative director for The Salons By InStyle, Matrix Artistic DIrector; Jeff South, owner of Intrigue Salon in Marietta, Georgia; Danielle Keasling, Matrix Artistic Director, salon owner; Phil Horvath, President and CEO of Hair Cuttery; Paul Thompson of MUD; Michelle O'Connor co creative director of The Salons By InStyle and Matrix Artistic Director.

Originally posted on Modern Salon.

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