Annette Joseph is a world-renowned photo stylist who understands how to create beautiful shots. So what happened when we turned the camera on this entertaining expert and welcomed her as our newest FACE of the South? Read on to find out!
FACES: Women of the South
Interesting Southern women are highlighted here each month. The tastemakers, authors, chefs and style icons ... women making the South the best it can be. These interviews will inspire you and leave you with insights and wisdom to use to make a difference in the world around you. Southern people are an interesting group and these women make us smile, laugh and learn.
These two women noticed there were a lot of quality brands that were only found in big cities like New York and LA. They set out to bring those brands to Southern consumers by creating Brandshop. Meet Hillary Crittendon and Laura Mills, today’s FACES of the South.
As an internationally recognized speaker, author, media personality and activist, Alexis Jones uses her voice to empower youth across America, and today we’re thrilled to feature Alexis as our FACE of the South!
“Don’t you want to be around people who love life and celebrate it, people who aren’t afraid to be themselves?” asks Arlene Goldstein. Why, yes we do, which is why Arlene is today’s FACE of the South!
We recently caught up with Julie Chrisley of the USA reality show, “Chrisley Knows Best,” watched by fans around the world. After meeting her on set, we knew we had to feature Julie. Be sure to read to the end of this one to see why we’re personally a bit anxious about the upcoming episode…
Mazy Holiday makes products that are not only highly sustainable, but that make lives easier. Meet this forward-thinking, imaginative and funny entrepreneur.
Leaving behind a career in architectural design in pursuit of a passion, Xima Lee Hulings is enjoying new fruits in her second career. Find out what drove her change, how she addressed challenges and more.
Andrea Taylor’s resume will astound you. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute CEO is changing the face of her city with her forward-thinking initiatives.
She started with an idea that took off, becoming the largest U.S. distributor of natural home textiles. Meet Sue Joyce, founder of Ocean Tribe by Turkish T, and today’s FACE of the South!
Twine & Twig’s Elizabeth Stafford White and Jacquelyn Stafford Buckner prove a sister duo is dynamite. Today get to know what inspired the brand, how they nurture they’re creative sides and more.
If you love Waiting on Martha, meet her alter ego Mandy Kellogg Rye. Mandy redefines the link between commerce and creativity, between work and working it! And she’s today’s FACE of the South!
For seven years, Beth DeBache has held the position of Commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference. As one of 10 female Division I commissioners, she is setting an example for athletes and women alike. Meet today’s FACE of the South and get a glimpse into her career!
Lauren Bush Lauren, founder of FEED, is looking to break the cycle of world hunger. In honor of Labor Day, we’re re-visiting this FACE of the South, who tells us about her mission, what inspires her and what she loves most about the South.
Bethany Newman was raised in Memphis, went to UT-Knoxville and thought she’d eventually land in New York. However, things change, and now she’s running a successful branding agency with high-profile clients like Taylor Swift and the Atlanta Braves. Welcome Bethany as today’s FACE of the South.
McKel Hill, of Nutrition Stripped, dishes about her new cookbook, three things she can’t live without and her furry new pup in today’s FACES of the South feature.
When she became a mom and was edged out of a traditionally male career, Mary Ella Gabler took to the sewing machine … and built a multi-million dollar linen business. Today she’s inspiring us as our FACES of the South.
Julie Newman found the perfect intersection for her operations management experience, her passion for sports and a void in the market. Today she’s telling us all about her business (and more!) as our FACE of the South.
Don’t define Shanrika Hardeman as just a “basketball player,” “trainer” or “female athlete” — she is much more, and her inspiring, universal words as today’s FACE apply to anyone with a dream.
Be inspired to dream big and take chances, building the life you want to have. Learn that and more with our FACES of the South feature today: interior designer Michelle Workman.
Both sides of the aisle will be watching Christi Paul this week, covering the Republican National Convention for CNN. We think our FACE of the South is the bee’s knees and so will you!
She manages people, product and logistics, and she travels the world all for this large Southern brand. Find out how Laura Daily landed in her powerful role and find out what is the favorite part of her job — you’ll be inspired!
Find out why 300,000 people are doing the Orangetheory Fitness workout, and learn about the leading force behind the growing company!
It’s been nearly a year since Veronica “Sister Pooh” Nash became an overnight viral video star. On this one-year anniversary, we caught up with her to find out what impact her new status has made on her life and how she’s using it to better the world.
Her voice makes Atlanta’s morning commute bearable, but how much do you know about radio personality Kristin Klingshirn? Learn more about this Southern firecracker, today’s FACE of the South!