Miss Julie is the founder and director of Christ for Kids Ministries. She holds a Master's Degree in Social Work (2001), and earned her cosmetology license in 2017.
Julie earned her instructor's license for cosmetology in May 2021, which she plans on using to provide vocational training to trafficking survivors through the School.
Website/Social Media Administrator
Chloe manages the School's website and social media account. Chloe holds a bachelor's in biology (2014), and has been freelance writing for the past several years. She enjoys the creative aspects of web design, and using her skill set to give back to the community.
Jen Adams is a 30-year veteran in the hair industry, and a 20-year veteran in the non-profit and community development space. After developing her own award-winning Donovan's Hair Studio in San Jose, CA, Jen moved back east, furthering her cosmetology career by becoming an educator for both cosmetology students and product companies. After returning behind the chair as a stylist in 2004, Jen felt she had a bigger purpose.
On January 12th, 2010, she discovered the beginning of this purpose after an earthquake brought her to Haiti. As a result, Jen formed a 501.(c)(3) to connect communities with resources to improve their current environments. This led to additional disaster relief work with many communities, both locally and globally. As a result, Jen brings a unique and valuable blend of experience to Ms. Julie's School of Beauty.
Elizabeth is both a New York State licensed Esthetician and Massage Therapist. She has been in the industry for over 15 years and has worked for some of NYC’s best spas and clinics, including Bliss, Equinox and Caudalie. Elizabeth brings a wealth of practical experience to the classroom and inspires students to perfect their professional demeanor and skill. She is licensed by the New York State Department of Education as a vocational teacher of esthetics.
As an instructor, Elizabeth encourages young adults to involve themselves in humanitarian projects early on and invest in their communities; her collaboration with Julie and the School is one way she is "walking the talk".
MacKay has more than twenty years experience managing humanitarian projects for the United Nations, and teaching about them in the US and abroad.
He can bring the lessons of his experiences to encourage the incorporation of humanitarian principles into the curriculum of the school, allowing young adults to start incorporating them into their lives.