Sherman is currently a student specializing in laser technique at the Southwest Institute of Natural Esthetics, but she is no stranger to the healthcare industry. Sherman worked as a registered nurse for 10 years and also has a Masters in Business Administration with emphasis in business and marketing. Prior to enrolling at SWINA, the Chandler resident worked for the Leadership Team at Hospice of the Valley where she enhanced operations and streamlined systems ensuring compliance and quality care of patients and families.
“I chose aesthetics as a profession to provide quality services and enhance the natural beauty of the skin,” said Sherman, who plans to work with a physician or at a medical spa after she graduates in September of 2014. “I chose to join UAO for the continuing education and networking opportunities.”
The United Aesthetics Organization, Inc. was founded to enhance the image and practices of professionals in the aesthetics field and encourage its members to adhere to the highest standards in the industry. Initial membership fees are $75 for aestheticians and other beauty professionals for the first year, $40 for students and $60 to renew. Sponsorships are also available.
For more information about UAO visit www.unitedaestheticsorganization.com or call 602-402-8760.