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Mark Bustos styles hair at some of America's most prestigious salons and has been featured in major publications and news networks, and he spends his Sundays giving free haircuts to homeless people around the world. Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, Mark is a one-man activist who has mobilized people all over the world to give back. With his simple act of approaching people living on the streets and saying, "I want to do something nice for you today," he has changed the lives of thousands.Click here to purchase Mark Bustos' interview or to subscribe to MASTERS Audio Club.
Kay Buck: Chief Executive Officer, CAST
As CEO of the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST), Kay Buck leads one of the longest-running anti-slavery organizations in this nation. Acknowledged with the Presidential Award for Extraordinary Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons in 2014, CAST's unique survivor leadership program empowers survivors to use their voices collectively to impact systemic change. Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, Kay shares a powerful message about her lifelong commitment to ending slavery and trafficking. It may cause you to lose sleep but will definitely empower you to be on the side of solution.Click here for a free download of Kay Buck's digital interview.
Alvin Law, one of Canada's first "thalidomide babies," was born with no arms and zero chance at a quality life. Imagine brushing your teeth, eating, getting dressed, or driving a car without arms, hands, or prostheses. Alvin defied the odds and became a talented musician, disc jockey, and award-winning professional speaker. Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, Alvin shares his powerful story of gratitude, overcoming immense obstacles, and teaching people how to become better versions of themselves.
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Winn Claybaugh, founder and host of MASTERS Audio Club, has interviewed over 325 industry icons for MASTERS to date. The roster includes luminaries like Vidal Sassoon, actors Gary Sinise and Fran Drescher, Bravo TV's Tabatha Coffey, Sundance Channel's Push Girls, Southwest Airlines past president Colleen Barrett, TV and radio personality Leeza Gibbons, Olympic gold medalist Peter Vidmar, Paralympic champion Mike Schlappi, Millennial-generation expert Lisa Orrell, hearing impaired comedian and motivational speaker Kathy Buckley, University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor of school psychology and noted bullying expert Dr. Susan Swearer, Fred Jordan Mission president Willie Jordan, Teacher of the Year Michelle Shearer, and many others.
A popular speaker having facilitated thousands of seminars, Winn has been the National Motivational Expert for Paul Mitchell, a frequent speaker at every major beauty industry event, and a speaker at the 2017 California Women's Conference. He is a frequent guest on national radio and a regular contributor to online publications that reach millions of subscribers, including Dr Laura.com, Beliefnet.com, HealthNewsDigest.com, BrandNewDad.com, Wellness.com, and SheKnows.com.
Winn was the youngest person ever named to the North American Hairdressing Awards (NAHA) Hall of Leaders, a finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards (Utah region), Friendly House's Humanitarian of the Year, and recipient of Thirst Project's 2015 Vision Award. In 2016, American Salon named him one of the top five "Industry Leaders Who Helped Revolutionize Education," and in 2017 he received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, one of the nation's most renowned awards. From 2004 to 2017, Winn and his schools raised over $18.2 million for multiple charitable organizations, including Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Morris Animal Foundation, Gary Sinise Foundation, Magic Johnson Foundation, Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, Larry King Cardiac Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Food 4 Africa, hurricane relief, AIDS and breast cancer causes, City of Hope, the American Cancer Society, and many others. For more info, visit www.winnclaybaugh.com.