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Trish Townsend is a stylist to the stars, but a fashion career wasn’t where she started. Find out what being a stylist is all about and what inspires her daily fashion choices as well as just how long it’s been since she’s had a vacation!
Her life’s work is ensuring that ALL students have the opportunity to succeed in the classroom. Today, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Christie Andrews of Learning Matters.
Though she comes from Buford, GA, Daisy King (aka “Miss Daisy”) has built her life—and a hospitality empire—in Williamson County. Today, Miss Daisy shares how she arrived here, how she got started in entertaining and what she most enjoys doing in her scarce free time.
Her toilet paper wedding dress design won the grand prize, and today Donna Vincler is sharing the inspiration behind the design with us, as well as how in the world she got the toilet paper to stay together!
She’s young, ambitious and confident. And today, Macey Benton is our FACES of Williamson County feature.
She advocates on behalf of Williamson County’s more at-risk youth. Find out why defense attorney Elizabeth Risner is passionate about her work, how she unwinds after a long day and more.
She’s garnered quite the following as the creator of City Farmhouse, The Fling and her various pop-up shows in Williamson County. Today, she’s our FACES of Williamson County feature. Meet Kim Leggett!
Although she’s a native of Memphis, Jill Burgin has been a Brentwood resident for many years and now serves as the city’s vice mayor. Hear her thoughts on public service, family and the lovely place she calls home.
She listened to a calling and founded Camp Wonderfully Made. Today, we get to know DeeAnn Hodge as our FACES profile.
She has spent more than a decade painting in her studio in The Factory at Franklin. Today, Deann Hebert shares why she made the leap from corporate life to creative pursuit, what inspires her and what has been the most amazing moment in her career thus far.
She has been passionate about interiors since she saved up for the piano for her Fisher-Price dollhouse. Today, Alicia Helm shares how she started Spruce, how she spends her free time and what restaurant she wishes would open in Brentwood.
She’s quick-witted, upbeat and enjoys the lighter side of life. But there are a few things you may be surprised to learn about Amy McBride, today’s FACE of Williamson County. We promise you’ll be wishing she was your BFF by the end!
She’s spent more than a decade coaching high school girls to basketball championship wins. Meet our FACE of Williamson County, Rhonda Brown.