This remarkable milestone is a testament to her unwavering commitment and entrepreneurial spirit.
White is the visionary CEO and founder behind Paralee Boyd, an innovative beauty salon model based in Detroit. Launched in 2012, this salon represents a solution to a common problem in the hair industry: the lengthy hours clients spend at traditional salons.
For many clients, spending an entire day at the salon is an issue, and White’s mission was to change that. By embracing the concept of “lean manufacturing,” she aimed to streamline the salon experience, offering top-quality services in less time and at affordable prices.
As White explains, “Why do something in four steps when you can do it in one or two?” This philosophy has been the driving force behind Paralee Boyd’s success.
Paralee Boyd was born in Camp Branch, Kentucky, and represented the first generation in her family not to work as domestic labor for the same family that had employed and enslaved her ancestors since 1821.
Dana White’s journey is not only a celebration of her remarkable success but also a story of empowerment, innovation, and a commitment to providing a better salon experience for all. It’s a testament to her dedication and an inspiration for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to make their mark in the world.