posted on Oct. 24, 2016 by Rebecca Beardsley
This experience connected Jaz with her mission and deeper calling. This “Currency”, as she calls it, is what her life lacked. Her dream is to connect other beauty professionals with their community, by creating events for all people in need. You as the stylist get connected to the community you want to help, and get promoted through her podcast and events, and most of all you get to experience this currency, and make profound connections. She declared her path, and took decisive action by giving notice to Apple, moved out of her nice apartment to sharing a living space, so she can make her dream come true.
Click here for the full article
posted on Oct. 28, 2016, at 12:12 p.m. written by + photos by Sarah Karlan, Buzzfeed News reporter
Having grown up in San Francisco, Limos recently decided to quit her stable full-time job to start an organization that would allow her to give back to the community that has given her so much.
“There are so many communities in need,” Limos told BuzzFeed News. “But starting with LGBT youth was important to me because I wanted to start with my own identity. When I was younger, with longer hair, it was uncomfortable to go into a barber shop that had so many men — but If I went into a salon, nobody could give me the look I was going for. I wanted to give back to queer youth and provide that safe space.”
Read the full article here