The Fellowship for British Hairdressing has elected Ashleigh Hodges as their new chancellor, following in the footsteps of president Ken Picton.
Ashleigh Hodges has been named as the new chancellor for the Fellowship for British Hairdressing.
A long-time member of the association, Ashleigh has played an integral part in the Fellowship over the years.
She joined the organisation in 2009 as a ClubStar member and has been actively involved ever since.
Ashleigh was a member of the F.A.M.E. Team in 2012 and after having such a valuable experience, decided to join the events committee to enable others to maximise their membership.
From here, she progressed to the leader of the Project X team; a role she held for two years.
Today, she is a member of the Fellowship Council and remains dedicated to mentoring and inspiring the next generation of young hairdressers.
Outside of the Fellowship, Ashleigh is a global director for HAIRDOTCOM and travels the world educating, shooting and hosting shows and seminars as part of the team—she is also a guest artist for Matrix and Biolage.
As chancellor, Ashleigh will now be responsible for Fellowship events, growing membership and shaping the direction of the organisation as it continues to progress.
“I am so excited to be elected chancellor,” says Ashleigh. “I’ve been working with the Fellowship for so many years now and I feel we are really at a pivotal point of growth. I’m so excited to not only be a part of that but to be able to make my mark on it too.”