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Womens History Month: 5 Cincinnati Leaders Making An Impact

Of the countless women who are driving our nation and economy forward, we highlight 5 entrepreneurs who are serving the Cincinnati region in meaningful ways.

Madison Heights, United States – March 17, 2018 /PressCable/

Just as necessary as it is to look back at our historic figures who have helped build this great nation, it is perhaps equally important to highlight the women who are making an impact today. While it would be daunting to try and pay homage to the countless women who help to drive this economy and our culture, it couldn’t hurt to mention a few of them. Below are Five Cincinnati Entrepreneurs who who are serving the community in a big way.

Dr Alexis Mai, Elite Cosmetic & Family Dentistry

With over 20 years in practice, Dr Mai is widely renowned as an expert in the field of Cosmetic Dentistry. She is constantly pursuing further education to stay on the cutting edge of her profession, such as advanced training with Invisalign Orthodontics, as well as the Solea Laser system. Dr Mai came to the US from Vietnam in 1975, and has raised 3 children with her husband, all while building her stellar professional reputation. Her Dental Practice can be reached at (513) 771-5212 for inquiries.

Elizabeth White, W Salon

After working at some of Cincinnati’s top salons, Elizabeth White took the entrepreneurial leap of faith with her husband Mike in 2015. Since then, they have worked relentlessly to establish their brand as a source of pristine quality and craftsmanship. Not only does W Salon offer the high end products one expects from a top tier salon, they also perform unique services like Keratin Complex and Deva Curl Hair Cutting. When asked about her experience, one client said “As curly girls, my daughter and I have had some horrendous cuts over the years. I finally found a stylist we will both return to again and again. Elizabeth is gifted with hair, and I would recommend her for both cut and color.” W salon can be contacted at (513) 271-0999.

Kim Pham, Intuitive Touch Massage Therapy

Using massage therapy to positively impact the lives of her clients, Kim Pham is a veteran in this field. She has over 20 years of experience, and is an alumnus of Ohio State University. Kim is a proud wife and mother of two, and she gets great satisfaction from her professional work. Intuitive Touch Massage Therapy won 1st place for the massage category in the 2011 Fox19 A-List rankings. One of her recent clients had this to say, “When I walk out of a massage with Kim Pham, it’s almost like I inhabit a different body from the one I walked in with. She uses her strong hands really effectively to probe into and loosen tight and painful muscles.” Reach Intuitive Touch at (513) 230-0489.

Jeannine Wright, Embellishments Hair Restoration Studio

A passion for helping men and women who struggle with thinning and hair loss is primarily what drove Jeannine Wright to create the Embellishments brand. She holds true compassion for people of all ages who deal with the insecurity that hair loss often causes. When explaining what motivates her, Jeannine said “As a stylist, I became driven to combine my love for hair care, passion for helping those with hair restoration needs, and commitment to excellence. Embellishments Hair Restoration Studio is the next step in my progression.” Jeannine’s passion is reflected in the numerous 5 star ratings posted by her clients. Their number is (513) 386-7255.

Vickie Fairchild PT, Light Touch Physical Therapy

With a litany of certifications like PT, CMA, HHC, LMA, and Yoga, Vickie M. Fairchild is the consummate professional in the field of holistic physical health and balance. Her clients range from infants to the elderly, from athletes to dancers, and everything in between. As a formally trained Physical Therapist and a lifelong student of the human body, Vickie has over 30 years of experience. She has a strong passion for her work, and thoroughly enjoys seeing the healing affects that is has on the lives of her clients. Her reputation is such that a local Yoga Instructor stated “Vickie Fairchild in an extraordinary PT in that she has an innate ability to intuit and offer a wide variety of treatments. For many years I have referred my Yoga meditation students her way.” Vickie’s office can be reached at (513) 792-2300.

Contact Info:
Name: Ben Vangarde
Organization: Landscape Dominate
Address: 1550 Izaak Walton Rd, Madison Heights, VA 24572, United States
Phone: +1-434-213-6267

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