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Meet the Team

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Meet the Team

Want to meet the team? Hays Academy of Hair Design is blessed to have a family of team members that go above and beyond. We have prided ourselves in hiring employees who share our core values. In addition, we make every effort to hire a team that will pour into students and work towards our company goals. We strive to produce the most hirable, financially responsible graduates in the country.

Ashley Paulson

Meet: Ashley Paulson

Where Are you from? Hays, Kansas

Where did you graduate college from? Hays Academy of Hair Design – Hays Campus

Why did you chose HAHD? I wanted a better life for my daughter and I, and I’d heard good things.

Why This industry? We have the ability to touch people’s lives and be positive influences.

What is your “nitch”? Haircutting

What do you teach/do at Hays Academy? I am a Salina campus manager, haircutting instructor and staff coach

Who Inspires you? Danielle Markley! Her faith, perseverance, attitude and outlook on life are contagious.

What is your favorite core value that we have and why? Faith. I love that we can practice our faith and see God move in this school and the unity it provides for all walks of life. It helps create the culture I have always dreamed of having.

Thanks Ashley!

We are blessed to have Ashley as a part of our team. Her passion for this industry shines through her every single day. She goes above and beyond to educate herself, for her students. Ashley has competed in Wella Trend vision, and was a finalist in LA in 2017. She won 1st place at the Omaha Midwest Show competing against instructors throughout the midwest. Ashley’s students describe her as outgoing, joyful, knowledgeable, down to earth, and an amazing cook. Her students want Ashley to know they would not be where they are without her, and they love her very much.

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