About Sherry Taylor

sherrySherry Taylor is an experienced skin care specialist and educator who has been extremely successful in helping both her clients and her students achieve their goals whether it be personal skin issues or career advancement. Recognized on a national level as an industry leader, Sherry has been invited to speak at national trade shows, written articles for trade magazines and appeared on both television and radio speaking on a wide range of topics such as chemical peeling, microdermabrasion and safety/liability issues.

A long time paramedical skin care instructor at Florida College of Natural Health, Fort Lauderdale, Sherry continues to stay in touch with many of her former students as both friend and mentor. She is extremely proud of her graduates, many of whom have gone on to flourishing careers as estheticians, skin care instructors, spa directors and independent business owners.

Sherry knows what it takes to build a profitable career in this industry. Throughout her own career, she has interviewed, hired and trained skin care specialists, educators and support staff. She has owned her own skin care and image consulting business and is also familiar with the corporate spa market having served as Director of Aesthetic Training & Development for a large corporation. In addition, as a former Safety & Compliance Director, she is extremely well versed on federal guidelines and state regulations to help you, not only build a profitable business, but a legal and safe one as well.

A graduate of the University of Bridgeport and Florida College of Natural Health, Sherry is currently affiliated with the Sunrise Intracoastal Plastic Surgery Center of Fort Lauderdale and continues to teach the advanced paramedical skin care program at Florida College of Natural Health, Fort Lauderdale campus. She is a contributing writer for Les Nouvelles Esthetique Magazine. Sherry is a member of the Society of Plastic Surgery Skin Care Specialists, the Society of Dermatology Skin Care Specialists, Associated Skin Care Professionals, the NCEA and the NASN.

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