During a fifty-year career in the field of Cosmetology, Denise Pereau achieved National and International acclaim as a Stylist and Make-up Artist, Salon Owner, Session Artist for Hearst Publications, and Beauty Industry Educator, working in NY, Paris, and twice at the White House. As a businesswoman, her charitable efforts included the support of a number of entities including the American Cancer Society, the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, The Aids Foundation, the Cooper Foundation, The Susan G. Komen Foundation, and The Solace House. Pereau is credited for aligning salons with the bridal industry, fueling a major paradigm shift in countless salon business models by catering to the needs of bridal parties. Her foray into multi-media began as Co-Host on the popular cable TV show, Let’s Talk About It with Trudy Haynes in the ’90s, Philadelphia’s first female African American Broadcast Journalist on KYWTV Channel 3. Pereau honed her writing talent as a freelance Copywriter for the Star Group in Cherry Hill, NJ (Closed) developing copy on projects including Common Threads founded by Oprah Winfrey’s former Chef Art Smith. Her love for cooking and baking led her to a stint as a demonstrator for 360 Cookware by Americraft and a cookware presentation to Martha Stewart’s Food Editors in Manhattan. Referring to herself as a Renaissance Woman, Denise is also an avid gardener citing the fact that digging in the dirt keeps her close to God while keeping her fit. Currently, Pereau serves as a Board member of NAWBO SJ, a national organization for businesswomen. She is also a Contributor to Womenz Straight Talk Magazine and Host for the In-Focus interview series produced by Cassandra Tindal, featured on WOM Media’s Womenz Straight Talk TV, bringing attention to social issues affecting our global communities.