Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) May 31, 2011
The Georgia Alliance for Aesthetic Professionals (GAAP) held its first Crystal Awards Gala in Atlanta, Georgia on April 2, 2011. Awards were presented to aesthetic professionals who have been extraordinary leaders, educators and mentors in their field. Traci Daly, program director of Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics, a division of Atlanta School of Massage, was one of five recognized at the Gala.
Atlanta School of Massage President, Leticia Allen, attended along with vice-president, Carlotta Hearn, and aesthetician training instructors, Carol Venclik, Jocelyn Ash, Ray Louis, Kat Flynt, and Hope Robinson.
“Traci Daly is a great advocate for high standards in the skin care industry. She leads by example. We applaud GAAP for recognizing her contributions,” said Allen. Guests were entertained by speaker, Skot Waldron, managing partner at Smbolic, who gave a dynamic presentation on the power of a brand.
GAAP was founded by Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics graduates, Kimberly Russell and Kali Waldron in 2009. GAAP fosters growth and provides tools that aid in the overall success and business ventures of aesthetics professionals. Members unite collectively to build an elite presence of excellence within their industry. Numerous members are graduates of Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics, which holds the same standards of excellence in aesthetician training.
About the leading skin care school, Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics:
Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics was formed in 2002 as a division of Atlanta School of Massage. Named a 2004 School of Distinction by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) national accrediting agency, Atlanta School of Massage has been an international leader in massage therapy education for nearly 30 years.
Formed by the same management team, with the same high standards, Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics is following the same path of excellence. This premier skin care school is a national leader in the field because Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics:
- Has a program accredited by the ACCSC.
- Is authorized by the U.S. Department of Education to offer Title IV funding.
- Has a staff with 30 years of experience operating a successful massage therapy school.
Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics, a division of Atlanta School of Massage, is located at 2 Dunwoody Park, Atlanta Georgia 30338. For more information about the Atlanta esthetics program, call 1-888-276-6277 or visit atlantainstituteofaesthetics.com.
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