Dr. Ena Hennegan is a mother, a board-certified, practicing family physician in suburban Chicago, and the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Three Daughters of the Doctor – a personal care brand created for multi-ethnic people.
She’s not a superhero. But she’s a busy person. And she’d have it no other way.
Dr. Ena is a multi-ethnic woman who has waged four battles with hair: First her own and then one with each of her three daughters – each of whom has a different hair type and/or texture.
One winter night in 2013, during the vaunted, “Polar Vortex,” she looked along the outer edge of the family’s tub after bath time and counted more than 70 bottles of shampoo, conditioner and other hair products from the brands she had tried.
Each bottle had been purchased in the hope of improving upon the performance of the last. Each bottle offered some promise. Not a single one of them was just right.
It was at that moment she decided there had to be a different way to address this situation, because she knew she wasn’t alone.
Three Daughters of the Doctor became the logical extension of what has been a life-long quest for hair care products that are safe, healthy, easy to use, but still deliver optimal performance. It is through this company that Dr. Ena can combine her love of helping and caring for people with her passion for finding solutions to the unique personal care challenges multi-ethnic people face.