Diverse Maryland Visionaries P.O box 1285 Clinton, MD 20735 US
Diverse Maryland Visionaries

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About Us

Dedicated Educators

The National Beauty Culturists' League, Inc. is headquartered in our Nation's Capital at 25 Logan Cir. NW, Washington DC 20005.

The National Beauty Culturists' League, Inc. is home to many professionals across the U.S and the Bahamas. Each incorporated state has local chapters within the state union and uses their platform to engage our industry professionals through education, service, and fundraising events


All of our educators hold an advanced degree and are certified in professional cosmetology, barbering, and nails. We understand the importance of advanced education and staying abreast of the latest techniques and state laws.

Chapter Officers

Chapter President-Sharon Ray

1st Vice President-Marterese Green

2nd Vice President- Dr. Felecia Demery

Treasurer- Danielle Douglas

Financial Secretary-Danielle Douglas

Recording Secretary- Angelique Dabney-Vailes

Corresponding Secretary-Kristal Hall

Chaplain-Sherry Wilson

Sergeant at Arms-Charmonque Mazyck

Parliamentarian- Arlissa Patterson


Director of Education- Adrin "Seven" Washington 

National Director of Recruitment- Dr. Linda Williams

Our Mission

To promote and protect the interest of the beauty professionals in the metropolitan area. We hope to provide ways and means for the improvement and development of the economic, civic and social status of the beauty professionals.

Member Spotlight

Dorina Marshall

My name is Dorina Marshall.  I am a licensed nail technician of 29 years.  I earned a Masters of Professional Nail Artistry from the National Beauty Culturists League, Institute of Cosmetology in 2017 and will be a graduate of the Doctorate program this summer.


Being the proud owner of Unique Nails by Dorina nail salon led me to discover the need for education in the nail industry.  I opened Maryland Institute of Nail Technology three and a half years ago, and it has continued to grow and flourish.  


We are so proud of our students who go on to do great things in the industry.

It is not only important for me to help my students, but to contribute to help our community in any way I can. For the last several years, I have enjoyed volunteering at Skills USA Nail Care competition, teaching at local high schools, demonstrating nail care at various beauty schools and being the commencement key note speaker for the graduating group at a nearby beauty college.


Nails are a part of my very being and I look forward to continuing to grow and help move the industry forward.


“When you learn, teach.” – Maya Angelou

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