The Isaiah Thomas Thomas Headband
Thomas headbands are stylish accessories that can help complete any look, providing extra flair to any look. Coming in various colors and sizes, these headbands can help keep hair away from your face in comfort while simultaneously looking fashionable.
Nicola’s wide black, stretchy headband gave her look that signature Y2K edge, pairing well with everything from jeans and T-shirt combos to smart leather dresses or slim satin coats.
Early Life and Education
Thomas had difficulty adapting to life without his mother after her death when he was just 5, then two subsequent stepmother deaths within 10 years. To survive financially he found work as a paperboy and golf caddy as well as at a soda fountain counter at a drugstore.
At 19, Thomas traveled to England in an attempt to learn more about deaf education. There he met the Braidwood family who ran schools using oral methods of teaching which focused on lip reading and speech. Unfortunately this approach wasn’t right for Thomas; so upon returning home he continued working odd jobs until eventually leaving academia altogether.
Thomas is best known for his work at Wendy’s, where he popularized their hardworking mop bucket attitude through a series of well-received television commercials and also serves as brand ambassador by visiting franchisees to advocate his “Woody-style” approach to business.
Since 1982, he has worn a pink headband as a gesture of support for his mother-in-law who battled breast cancer twice. Even as his role within the company shifted and changed, this symbolism continued.
Achievement and Honors
Isaiah Thomas noticed his original look wasn’t yielding him enough baskets in the first half against Chicago Bulls, so during halftime he changed both his headband and shoes accordingly – this could be seen as a telltale sign that something wasn’t quite working for him.
He earned the College Board Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction award, excelling in courses such as Dual Credit Philosophy, Advanced Journalism and Texas State and Local Government. Additionally, he’s a two-year member of both National Honor Society and St Thomas Club – which recognizes scholars with 4.0 GPA for seven consecutive semesters.
Hunter also worked as an intern at Parkway Playhouse as stage manager and designer of sets, costumes, and props for mainstage shows, children’s camps, and special travelling programs.
Thomas wears her pink headband as a show of support for her mother-in-law, who has battled breast cancer twice. Additionally, this color symbolizes breast cancer awareness; Thomas began wearing it upon meeting Servando Carrasco.
Prior to her success in professional soccer, Morgan was employed as a paperboy/caddy at golf courses and soda fountain counter in drugstores. She currently resides in Austin with her husband and two children.
Morgan is not only an accomplished player but is also an active philanthropist and supporter of charitable causes. She established a foundation honoring her grandmother and is involved in various community organizations.