Winn Claybaugh and the Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation (largely funded by the Paul Mitchell Schools’ FUNraising campaign) are strong supporters of several organizations that teach hairdressing skills to people in poverty-stricken communities, giving them the chance to escape from the sex trade and human trafficking that otherwise would be their fate.
This month’s MASTERS interview features Selina Tomasich, founder and CEO of Hair Aid Inc., an Australian-based charity that takes volunteer hairdressers to developing nations, where they teach those living in critical poverty how to cut hair. Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, Selina shares difficult-to-hear stories of children and families. She shares how truly simple it is to make a difference, and challenges us all to imagine the shift in energy we could create. Hair Aid assists these families with immediate and measurable results, through the help of caring hairdressers.
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