Breanna Johnson, Paul Mitchell the School of Esani, GA
Breanna started developing habits to conserve resources at an early age. In seventh grade, she went on an “electricity diet” and refrained from using electricity for a few months. Today, she and her family make sure to unplug any appliances not being used. “Environmental sustainability is not as important as it should be in our world; and yet it’s a big part of what keeps our planet moving,” says Breanna in her application video. And while environmental responsibility is good for the planet, Breanna says it also reflects Horst Rechelbacher’s philosophy of turning to nature to create harmony with mind, body and spirit.