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MEMBERS IN RI
Alphabetical by city

 

ASHAWAY

 

Juliana Flynn

 

401-208-5068

 

julianaflynnelectrology@gmail.com

 

NARRAGANSETT

Patricia A. Krueger, CPE

401-789-0200

pkruegercpe@cox.net

http://rielectrolysis.com

 

CHEPACHET

Donna E. Pelletier

401-949-5533 Ext 2

dkpelletier57@gmail.com

http://www.healingharmonywellness.com

 

 

PAWTUCKET

Julie Vasquez, CPE

401-722-1717

vasquez1002@comcast.net

http://www.pawtucketelectrolysis.com

CRANSTON

Sandra Bauman

401-270-6508

sandy@cranstonelectrolysis.com

http://www.cranstonelectrolysis.com

PROVIDENCE

Sofie Garabedian, CPE

401-351-0631

electrology.office@yahoo.com

www.electrolysisprovidence.com

 

CUMBERLAND

Kim DiCarlo

401-524-3281

kad221@aol.com

http://www.cumberlandhairremoval.com

 

TIVERTON

Deborah Mottas

401-624-4374

 

 

LINCOLN

Mary J. Angelo

401-724-6611

 

WAKEFIELD

Paula Mangino, CPE

401-782-1980

pmangino@outlook.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) credential signifies that the electrologist's knowledge has been tested and measured against a national standard of excellence. The commitment to keep the credential, through on-going continuing education, exemplifies the highest degree of professionalism.

Board certification is going above and beyond initial training. It is a voluntary credential, which requires continuing education pursuits. The board certified electrologist must obtain seventy-five hours of continuing education in a five-year period to maintain this credential, or be re-tested. This speaks of a serious commitment to enhance knowledge and skills. Board certification keeps the electrologist aware of changes in the profession and gives them the tools to respond.