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Aveda: appointed Holly Johnson and Kevin Molin

December 3, 2013

Aveda: appointed Holly Johnson to the position of vice president of global education and promoted Kevin Molin to vice president technical education.

After two years of managing global education in addition to human resources, Johnson will now focus on the position of vice president of global education.

Molin was recruited to rejoin Aveda in October 2011 to lead Aveda’s technical education initiatives. His years of expertise within the industry allowed him to execute the Aveda Education strategy and leverage the many talents of the technical education team. He has been instrumental in furthering Aveda’s brand recognition through several platforms including shows and events, the global artistic team, global alignment, technical curriculum development and internal efficiencies and technologies. 
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