Salon Management

Steven Henley Announced as New Director of Education for Pravana

by Kendra Rodriguez | June 18, 2019
Steven Henley is the newly appointed Director of Education for Pravana. Pravana
Steven Henley is the newly appointed Director of Education for Pravana.Pravana

Steven Henley has joined Pravana as the newly appointed Director of Education. The brand looks to solidify its promise to uphold stylists and believes Henley will help them carry out their mission.

In his role, Henley will oversee Pravana’s educational programming, develop trends and creative content, broaden its digital reach, and collaborate with marketing and sales.

“The Pravana leadership team is excited to welcome Steven Henley as the new Director of Education,” said John Miller, Pravana Vice President of Sales and Education. “His professional experience from within our competitive industry combined with Pravana’s disruptive culture will allow us to reach the professional stylist in a way yet to be explored. We look forward to seeing Steven’s leadership drive this ambitious team even further and build a stronger bridge between brand and stylist.”

Henley comes with over 20 years of experience as a professional in the beauty industry. This includes managing education departments for Pureology and Joico. He has also delivered educational opportunities to salon professionals through his work with Redken’s education, shows and events teams.


Originally posted on Modern Salon

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