EP036: Janet Maitland – How You Could Be Shaping Futures

Today’s episode is all about Schwarzkopf Professional’s Shaping Futures – an initiative to help socially disadvantage young people to learn the craft of hairdressing and earn a living. And who better to talk about this than it’s ambassador, Janet Maitland.

Janet is the managing director of Janet Maitland Hair Excellence, heading up three salons in the North East of England. Janet divides her time between running the buisness and her other two loves; education and charity work. I’ve so much respect for Janet’s charity work, where she’s involved with; Stray Aid, Women’s Refuge and her local mental health trust to name a few.

In this episode, you’ll hear Janet explain how the Shaping Futures initiative gives skills and confidence to unlock the potential and enables socially deprived young people to improve their chances in life, and how professional hairdressers from around the world come together to volunteer as trainers. And you too could volunteer for Shaping Futures, seeing you travel to places such as Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, and Jordan to name a few.

Listen in to the inspirational Janet and learn about this incredible initiative, along with how you could help take disadvantage lives go in a new direction.

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