Shauna is a native of North Carolina. She developed a passion for styling hair at an early age. A graduate of Dudley Cosmetology University with 20+ years’ experience, Shauna has made her mark in the hair industry as a licensed cosmetologist both locally and internationally. She continues to build her knowledge and hone her skills through advance training in the latest techniques and products.
She has worked with a range of celebrities and artists including earned credit for short film “Fit Arcade Gone Wild” and the hit web show “Kandi Koated Nights.” In addition, Shauna is a proud sponsor and a member of the glam team for the Atlanta Hawks Dancers and the College Park Skyhawks Dancers.
Shauna’s work has been featured on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” “Porcha’s Having a Baby Special,” “Selling It: In the ATL”—to name a few. Her work has also been featured in publications such as Diva Hair, Metro Styles and Black Hair Sophisticates magazines; and she has worked as a platform artist with HAI Ceramic Iron Company and Basic Hair Care Company.
Shauna’s mission is to meet the needs of each client by providing beautiful and effortless styles, while educating them on healthy hair living. Shauna specializes in trendy cuts, natural hair pressing and extensions. Her goal is to achieve a standard of excellence and professionalism in the haircare industry. To quote her: “in my eyes, all of my clients are celebrities.”
Dr. Hunter is a visionary leader with Atlanta Public Schools. He contends that it is important for students to be given many opportunities to acquire knowledge and to become inspiring leaders. Currently, he is the Director of Leadership Development where he supports aspiring, new and sitting school building leaders with various efforts.
He attended Cortland State College, Kennesaw State University, Central Michigan University and Georgia Southern University, where he completed his doctoral degree in Educational Administration.
Dr. Hunter is married to Danielle Hunter and they have three sons.
Ronetta is the Senior Vice President of a Woman-Owned Small Business in Atlanta, GA. Her primary work involves Federal Government Contracting. She manages company operations, federal sales, public health research; and leadership and development training. In addition, Ronetta managed the organization through the COVID-19 pandemic.
She received her undergraduate degree from the University of New Orleans; and her Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, LA.
Ronetta is a mother of two beautiful daughters.