These Louisville teens are making a splash with their business, and they’ve garnered quite a bit of experience and wisdom along the way. Find out more about Hailey Hertzman and Katie Vonder Haar, founders of Ooh La Lemon and our newest FACES of Louisville.
Meet the woman whose love of music helps keep Louisville’s music scene spinning. Find out more about Laura Shine of WFPK, our newest FACE of Louisville.
Deborah Benberry Williams enjoys her role at PNC, which allows her to play an integral role in bettering the Louisville communities she grew up in.
This professional poet and author also runs the School of Creative and Professional Writing at Spalding University. Meet Kathleen Driskell.
Discover brightly colored rugs and dresses, beautiful golden tea sets and more at the International Mall, where immigrants cultivate community.
Anne Sabatino Hardy is helping horse farms open up to tourism in her role at Visit Horse Country. Find out more about this interesting woman, who is also our newest FACE of Louisville!
Amy Shir is working to right historical wrongs in Louisville through social justice and financial equity. Meet our newest FACE of Louisville.
Papa John’s employees are the heart of the brand, the folks who strive to make and deliver your perfect pizzas. Meet the FACES of Papa John’s.
As Executive Director of Passport Health Foundation, Keisha Deonarine is a voice for change in the lives of Kentuckians in need. Meet this dynamic FACE of Louisville!
StudioWorks showcases and sells art created by people with disabilities, including an artist with autism whose painting was selected as the Kentucky Derby Festival poster. Find out more about this amazing local organization. Image: Chimel Ford