Wella’s brand vision is stronger than ever and I feel privileged to share this journey with our incredible talent. I can say that I am truly blessed to be part of the Wella family once again.
Two legends take to the Wella Professionals’ spotlight this month. Industry veteran and new Education and Digital Transformation Leader, Wella Australia & New Zealand, Tracey Hughes and THE JOURNAL friend-slash-Creative Manager, Wella Australia & New Zealand, Ludmila Hilnovsky.
The new education leads promise to transform Wella Education, together breathing new energy, ideas and relations into the sector for enhanced relevance and a little sense of female empowerment.
Renoun businesswoman and sort after motivational speaker, Tracey has stormed more stages than most put together.
“I am beyond thrilled to return to Australia to join COTY’s leadership team; and humbled to take on an influential role which will allow me to further develop our industry through impactful education.”
“It is exciting to be a part of the Wella family as well as being a part of a future vision for an established, iconic brand during their exciting new chapter,” says Tracey.
Just recently returning to her spirit colour house, Ludmila has been applauded home by colleagues and creatives alike. Smart as a whip and refreshingly open-minded, the beauty is back and armed for change.
“Wella has been my family for many years and I am so excited to return as Creative Education Manager for Professional Beauty,” Ludmila starts.
“Wella’s brand vision is stronger than ever and I feel privileged to share this journey with our incredible talent. I can say that I am truly blessed to be part of the Wella family once again.”
Wella Artists, get excited.