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2018 Gold Probe Award Winner is Bridgett Meggs, CPE

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2018 Gold Probe Award Winner is Bridgett Meggs, CPE

Published 18 Oct, 2018

While the Ballet Gold Probe Award is sponsored by Synoptic Products and Ballet Technologies, the selection of the winner is done solely by the Executive Board of the American Electrology Association.

From L to R: Sara Paisner, Bridgett R. Meggs, Jim Paisner - Oct 2018 AEA National Meeting

The Ballet Gold Probe is awarded, with appreciation, to Bridgett R. Meggs, CPE, who in her early years of professional practice has made a significant contribution to the field of electrolysis, and who shows the potential to have a major impact on the electrolysis profession in the future.

From Pearl Warner, President of the American Electrology Association:
“Sometimes you meet someone for a few minutes and instantly know how sincere they are. I am so proud and thrilled to be presenting the Gold Probe to someone who fits that description. She is sincere to her core and when she commits to something, well, it is done. When asked to help out with a much-needed position, she stepped into those shoes with ease and has done an outstanding job.
 
This year’s award winner has been an electrologist for approximately 6 years putting her heart and soul into making her practice the best it can be. One year after graduating from Electrology School she sat for the CPE exam and passed it. She continues to educate herself by attending the national conventions and seminars. It is her way of meeting other electrologist, keeping up with new technology and ideas. She accepts opportunities to help wherever needed. She believes in nurturing your body from the inside out. She maintains another business that offers a life-changing healthy, balanced and joyful life. No guessing needed! Our Gold Probe winner is none other than Bridgett Meggs, CPE, from Texas. She is the editor of the Journal of Electrology and stepped into that position without hesitation. Thank you Bridgett for all of your hard work for the American Electrology Association.”
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