Career Junky TV is honest conversation for the Beauty Industry Professional. Honest conversations, with no judgement, no holds bar & out of love. CJTV's ultimate goal is to bridge gaps, force inclusion, as well as, take Beauty Industry Professionals career's to their dream levels.
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Jontea' shares how she knew she wanted to be a Fashion Designer at the age of 15. However, her road to get there had some bumps. There was one point she felt she had lost her creative voice. Wanting to reclaim her voice as a Fashion Designer she choose to close down her Fashion House, Page 27, deciding to take another route. She also dishes on how her company, Katie + Robert, got to replicate Keyshia Ka'oir's wedding dress for a local teen headed to prom.
We had a hilarious time talking to Tongela. Her energy is always on 10. lol She shared with us how her career in the military shaped the beginning of her career as a Hairstylist, how she left the world of accounting to pursue her dreams and dove into how she bounced back after her salon was set on fire.
Our Founder, Elle Moniece, shares her highs and lows as she sought to find her footing in the beauty industry. She discusses being out of position and how deciding to realign not only changed her life but cost her so much.
As we sat down to speak with Destiny Cox, the conversation took on a life of it's on. We discussed how she manages to mentor others while maintaining her own amazing brand, how she decided that she wanted to focus on being a Colorist, her dare to become an Educator, what she learned form trying to bring people along who weren't meant to go and so much more.
What a way to start a season! This one got a little emotional as Leah talks about how she took the pain of losing her parents and turned it into BEAUTY. She also shares her struggles and how she has been able to have longevity in her career for over 30+ years.
As the show is wrapping our Founder, L. Moniece, shares a surprise story with Leah about how she is connected to her own story and helped save her career.