ColorProof Appoints Mary Wilson as Director of Education

August 7, 2017 | 3:16 PM
Mary Wilson, Director of Education, ColorProof Color Care Authority

ColorProof Color Care Authority luxury color care has announced the appointment of Mary Wilson to the role of Director of Education. Wilson came on board with ColorProof in February to oversee and lead ColorProof’s robust education department. Her responsibilities include developing curriculum, trend forecasting, image development, training facilitation, and recruiting and managing the brand’s expanding network of international artists and educators.

Wilson brings over thirty years’ experience in the professional beauty industry as a consultant and in senior leadership positions for companies such as L’Oreal, Redken, PureOlogy Serious Color Care, HAI, FHI Heat, L’Anza and Matrix.  As the daughter of a hairdresser, who also found her calling in beauty, she has created and developed training programs that inspire artistic excellence and success.

“ColorProof is at an incredible and exciting stage in its growth, and education is pivotal to our continued success,” says ColorProof Founder, Product Developer and CEO, Jim Markham. “I have known Mary personally and professionally for most of her career, and when the position became available, we immediately thought of her for the job. Mary has the innate talent, passion and skill set to escalate our programs and instill a culture of excellence among our artists. Please join me in welcoming Mary to our team.”

 Wilson reports to ColorProof President, Michael Heines.

Originally posted on Modern Salon.

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