Renowned industry icon Tracey Hughes has been announced as the new Vice President of Global Education for L’ANZA Healing Haircare.
An expert in education development and event management, Tracey Hughes is a unique mentor. Equally strategic and creative, Tracey can work logistically and is a visionary who aims to help L’ANZA develop their education systems, digital assets, and brand image. Her proven leadership skills in education curriculum, show management, digital production and business development made her the ideal candidate for this role.
With a philosophy of transformation through education, Tracey’s ethos is grounded in values of quality, integrity, and productivity. After presenting on some of the biggest stages and headlining the most coveted events worldwide, Tracey is well-connected globally and will drive future education offerings throughout the L‘ANZA international network. She will head up the Global Education Team of L’ANZA Healing Artists.
“Tracey’s depth of experience, technical knowledge and creative vision in the education field is world class. Her ability, accomplishments, and reputation are truly outstanding. I believe Tracey’s dynamic leadership will take L’ANZA education to the next level, providing our clients with unparalleled education globally”, says David Berglass, CEO and President of L’ANZA.
With previous positions such as Artistic Director and Global Education Director for other leading professional brands, coupled with an awards list way too long to mention, Tracey has a huge fan club in all parts of the world. Also known as “the educator of the educators”, Tracey is famed for coaching numerous teams and industry superstars in presentation skills.
“I am thrilled to align with such an integral company and love the culture within the L’ANZA tribe! I’m humbled to be in such an influential position where I can continue to serve our industry whilst growing the brand recognition. Partner this with innovative technology and a rare ideology, and L’ANZA was the perfect fit for me.” Hughes said.
Tracey has relocated to the USA in 2016 and now calls Los Angeles and the L’ANZA Tribe her home.