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January 11th 2013: "Dancing With the Universe"

Michael John Derricott has been a hair stylist for over 20 years. Today he empowers economically disadvantaged women with makeup and hair style services to help them rejoin the workforce with his non-profit organization, "Makeovers That Matter". A New Attitude: Pegi Burdick, "The Financial Whisperer", shares some insight about the economic and emotional challenges of stepping outside the welfare line... How do you stop the vicious cycle? How do you separate your emotions from your finances? The Dream Quest Challenge: Josie Passantino brings you the last entries from competing Challenge

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Michael John Derricott

Michael John Derricott 'Makeovers That Matter' is the brainchild of West Hollywood Stylist, Michael John, dedicated to empowering economically disadvantaged women with hair and makeup services for job interviews to rejoin the workforce. No stranger to the idea of "Giving Back", Michael first conceived the project while spending his Tuesdays styling hair for residents of the Get Love Homeless Shelter. "An important part of building a woman's self esteem is having a style that can make her proud. We provide women with the drive and desire to change their lives with a new look that will help them rejoin the workforce." MJ, who has been a stylist for over 20 years, has worked such notab
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Pegi Burdick

Pegi Burdick began her journey toward untangling her emotions from her money as Vice President of National Sales for a clothing company that was owned and staffed by women. In this environment, Pegi began to understand the unique intricacies of how women interact with each other. Unresolved financial conflicts between the owner and management caused Pegi to leave. She became a mortgage broker and as she learned the business, Pegi discovered many of her clients mismanaged their finances. Many were coming out of abusive relationships with house payments they couldn't afford, feeding children with no support from estranged husbands. The struggles of her clients inspired Pegi to develop Home Lo
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