Today’s FACE of Memphis, Dr. Altha Stewart, brings a singular passion to her work: finding solutions to reduce the impact of violence on children.
FACES: Women of Memphis
StyleBlueprint’s FACES series showcases people from Memphis each Monday, along with special highlights of women throughout the South. These featured women make River City a unique and special place to live, work, and play. Past FACES include Collins Tuohy and Emily Griffen.
She’s a mom of six daughters — five of whom are quintuplets. Today we talk with Danielle Busby, find out what a typical day is like, get her best advice for moms of multiples and dream with her about how she would spend 24 hours by herself.
New Year’s is the annual reset button that reignites our motivation to live better, do better and be better than we have ever been. Are you making New Year’s resolutions? We are, and here’s what we’re resolving to do in 2017.
As 2016 comes to a close, we’ve put together the advice, wit and wisdom of the fascinating women we profiled as FACES of Memphis this year. Enjoy!
Meet today’s FACE of Memphis: the magnetic musician, Marcella Simien, who infuses our city with the sounds of swamp and soul!
When Hollywood A-listers, musicians and public figures need a social media and branding strategist, they turn to today’s FACE of Memphis, Whitney Luckett.
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!
Stacy Crenshaw, today’s sweet FACE of Memphis, is the dynamic driving force behind a Mississippi treasure, Billie’s Pecans & More.
Basketball isn’t just the sport her husband coaches, it is the game that inspires her. Meet Donna Smith, a new Memphian and today’s FACE of Memphis, and find out her favorite places to dine out, her best advice and more.
This dynamic visionary believes in breaking down barriers and works to make dance accessible to all children in Memphis. Meet the inspiring Katie Smythe, today’s FACE of Memphis!
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…
Jo Anne Fusco is a powerhouse. A therapy dog trainer and volunteer, Jo Anne is the Executive Director of The Exceptional Foundation. Meet today’s incredible FACE of Memphis!
Meet jewelry designer Saundra Messinger, a native Memphian, who now lives in New York. She is a creative force who finds inspiration from nature. Find out what brings her home in today’s FACES of Memphis feature.
She’s the take-charge President of the National Civil Rights Museum, mom to three girls and a new grandmother. Meet Terri Freeman, today’s FACE of Memphis!
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!
Today’s FACE of Memphis is helping other women through their breast cancer diagnoses with an empowering accessory. Color us inspired by Teri Trotter’s story!
For almost two decades, Certified Professional Midwife Amy Stewart-Banbury has helped hundreds of Mid-South moms bring their children into the world. Today we’re thrilled to introduce her as our newest FACE of Memphis.
Native Memphian Cara Greenstein works not only in PR Management for a local creative communications consulting firm, but also as the devoted visionary behind one of the city’s top food and lifestyle blogs, Caramelized. Today, she’s our FACE of Memphis!
An artist captivated by the human experience, Pam McDonnell looks for inspiration in memories and everyday life. Today, in observance of Labor Day, we revisit our interview with Pam.
She’s leading the charge to ensure every child in Shelby County has their own home library. Meet Jamila Wicks, today’s FACE of Memphis!
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.
Students are back in the classroom, and today’s FACE of Memphis, Mandy Rough, helps many of them attend the school of their choice as director of a local non-profit. Read what motivates her, how she spends free time and more!
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.
Working at the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis is just one way Sutton Mora Hayes is working toward a brighter future in Memphis. Find out what inspires her and more in today’s FACES article.