Sam Tabar Moves Up in FullCycle

 

The key to ensuring that a person involved with a major business stays relevant is to keep getting promoted and have a name mentioned positively. Such is the case with one Sam Tabar.

Sam Tabar has found himself in the news now, after it was learned that he was named the chief operating officer of the FullCycle Energy Fund. In a statement released upon hearing the good news, Tabar said that he was both excited and honored to be awarded the role of an operating officer at the company. He also mentioned how he looked forward to working with the fund’s senior leadership team to fulfill its goal of moving to use more environmentally friendly fuel options instead of high-cost and high pollution fuels.

Despite the big move for him, Sam Tabar is not new to the business of funding or financing, having been involved in this field for quite some time. Before launching his career off as a reputable businessman, Tabar spent his college days at Oxford University, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from the university with honors. After this he then went on to attend the Columbia Law School, earning a Masters of Law by the time he completed his classes, while also working as an editor for the Columbia Business Law Journal. From there, the first job he took on was working as an associate for a firm called Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP.

After some time, Sam Tabar eventually left the firm to pursue other goals such as joining the SPARX Group Co. in 2004, becoming the managing director and co-head of the business development branch. His next big step after this turned out to be joining the Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the director for the Asia & Pacific Region and then becoming a senior associate at the Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP law firm.

 

Pamper Yourself And Your Hair With Shea Butter

Unrefined organic shea butter is a wonderful product for conditioning and styling your hair. The yellow waxy substance is extracted fat from the African shea tree and is known for many things such as a body moisturizer or treatment for sunburn, but it also has numerous hair benefits.

Shea butter promotes healthy hair due to its vitamin, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E protects the scalp from becoming dry and flaky. The antioxidants stimulate hair growth and the anti-inflammatory properties heal eczema and psoriasis. The butter also helps to protect your strands from sun damage or heat damage from styling tools.

There are many different ways to apply shea butter to your hair and scalp. Here are some to try:

• Massage melted shea butter into an itchy scalp to eliminate irritation.
• Apply a small amount of melted shea butter to your strands before styling to prevent heat damage.
• Saturate a section of your hair with a mixture of shea butter and coconut oil before curling.
• Rub shea butter between your palms until it is soft and apply to damp hair to detangle any knots.
• To moisturize your hair, heat a little shea butter and mix with olive oil. Apply after spritzing with water for hydrated and soft hair.
• For a one-time hair treatment simply heat two tablespoons of shea butter and coconut oil. Add a teaspoon of honey to the mixture and apply to damp hair.

Eugenia Shea uses unrefined shea butter harvested from all-female co-operatives in Northern Ghana to make their line of products.

Founded in 2014, by former Wall Street analyst, Naa-Saakle Akuete, Eugenia Shea is a family-run enterprise that provides not only a wonderful beauty product, but also gives back to the Ghanaian community. Eugenia Shea donates 15% of their profits to female workers in Ghana. Eugenia Shea is dedicated to fair wages for Ghanaian females and have established an education fund for women to pursue educational and training opportunities.

Eugenia Shea offers all sorts of different strengths for shea butter too, including their popular dermatological range: https://www.eugeniashea.com/products/dermatological-strength-shea-butter