Joined 8 years ago from Atlanta and Chicago
As an avid connoisseur of the spa industry since the age of 10, I have had the pleasure of also being on the inside. In 1997 after working as a pharmaceutical research chemist I decided to take a more holistic approach to health and jumped face first into the spa industry earning an aesthetic certification. I quickly fell in love with the many facets the spa industry had to offer. While working I saw an immediate need for employment in the spa industry and started SpaTemps, Inc the first full employment firm for the spa industry in the U.S. Quickly went on to; create Atlanta Spa Expo, Lovely Ladies Lounging as well as serve as the Marketing Chairperson for the Day Spa Association and a 2007 Spa Person of the Year Nominee.
I am now back on the consumer side of the spa industry and professionally back on the pharmaceutical side but, having that special insight to all things spa it will be my pleasure to research and try the classics, latest and greatest, products, services, lifestyles and all things spa...Stay tuned...
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