Leadership Stories – John Paul DeJoria

This week, Americansalon.com is pleased to launch our all new Leadership Stories video series—beginning with an interview conducted recently with Paul Mitchell's iconic co-founder, John Paul DeJoria. 

A spin-off of our already popular Artist Stories video series, our new program was created to showcase unique individuals who are leading beauty brands, teams and initiatives in ways that make a difference in the lives of professionals. Each Friday, we will bring you another amazing video story designed to provide insight into what makes these leaders who they are today, as well as sharing their lessons learned along the way.   

John Paul is undoubtedly one of the most known and respected figures in all of the professional beauty industry. His personal journey has been an inspiration to many. American Salon is proud to have had the opportunity to interview this iconic leader at the recent Paul Mitchell Business rEvolution.


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About: Gordon is Senior Director of Digital at American Salon where he works with the entire editorial team as well as with the considerable resources of parent company Questex to bring you stories, resources and more, 24/7.

Gordon can be found online at facebook.com/gordnm or as @gordnm on Instagram. In real-time, you can find Gordon at major beauty events where he often teaches classes on business and career development as well as best practices in digital and social media.  Email Gordon at [email protected].

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