Sherrie Tennessee has 17 years of experience in the Spa industry including the role of a massage therapist, nail tech, spa owner, speaker, professor, educator, and author. In addition, to receiving multiple awards throughout her career, Sherrie’s writings have been published in some highly-respected industry outlets, and she has spoken at many public forums. Sherrie holds a Master of Business Administration. Ms. Tennessee is currently the Education Director of SpaSOS, where she conducts Spa Management, Wellness and Customer Service focused training. In addition, Sherrie published her first book in 2016; How to Open a Day Spa:31-Day Guide. Sherrie is the new Director of Spa and Wellness at Mandarin Oriental in Washington, DC.
“Two key points I have learned in my seven-teen years in the Spa industry is yes, the industry has the ability to transform lives of clients as well as those working in the field. The opportunities for those in the Beauty/Spa/Wellness are limitless, I suggest enhancing your skill-set by taking classes and attending shows to be ready for the what is coming next. The other key take I have is networking, it a big yet small industry with people moving and advancing on almost a daily basis. I suggest attending the events created to bring together those in industry such as LiveLoveSpa and SpaHive and connect with vendors, Directors, and educators,” said Sherri.
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