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Tara Canniastraci


Tara Cannistraci

Professional Counselor

"Although I make money and have a passion for helping others, I've learned in life you can do this every day, in many ways. You don't need to make it a job as much as you need to make it a way of life."

WHAT SHE DOES FOR LOVE: "I'm a Stand-Up Comedian & Executive Producer @WeStandComedy. This is what I love, this is where my heART is at home." [Her comedy partner is Kimberley Hellem.]


HER STYLE + BEAUTY: "Vitamin C serum, I can live in my sweats but rock 6" heels like no other!"

HER 2015 GOAL: Being a full time comedian is my professional goal but my personal one as well. I believe in the philosophy, when you do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life. I also have to remind myself to enjoy the journey.

LADIES SHE ADMIRES: Lucille Ball and Joan Rivers

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