When this environmental specialist for Vulcan Materials Company suits up for work, she forgoes high heels for a hard hat. Meet Stacy Thompson, today’s FACE of Birmingham!
FACES: Women of Birmingham
People from Birmingham are known to be gracious and witty with an independent spirit. The women we feature each Monday in StyleBlueprint’s FACES series keep our city unique, special and a fabulous place to live. Past FACES include Sara Evans, Margot Shaw, and Rachel Macy Stafford.
Kristin Schell is nurturing relationships and preserving Southern hospitality by simply inviting people to share a spot at her turquoise picnic table. Grab some tea and learn more about this inspiring story. Image: Kasandra Keyes
As Director of Development for Children’s of Alabama, she’s a “matchmaker” of community resources with hospital needs. Meet Chandler Bibb.
Every day, Remedios Perez sets aside fear to be an example of courage for her daughter, fighting for social justice with intelligence, guts and grace.
Whether boosting her clients’ confidence, giving to local charities or preparing to adopt a child, this salon owner is a dynamic change-maker. Meet Beth Doyle, today’s FACE of Birmingham!
“Joy can shift the pendulum of a person’s spirit,” says cancer survivor and artist Kirstin Hoff, who supports cancer research through joy, art and chickens.
This FACE has taught us so much about the education and efforts surrounding fresh food, and we promise you will want to hear what she has to say!
This mother-daughter jewelry designing duo has followed their dreams through hard work and supportive love for one another. Meet Avani and Rupa Patel.
She’s spent nearly 20 years sharing the traditions, food and culture of the Lebanese community through the St. Elias Lebanese Food and Cultural Festival. Meet LaVonne Williamson, today’s FACE of Birmingham!
A lifelong nonprofit champion and former Miss America Runner-Up combines her passion for service and the arts as executive director of the Birmingham Children’s Theatre. Meet Scarlotte Deupree Kilgore, today’s FACE of Birmingham.
You’ve most likely heard her hits on the radio and her name splashed across magazines and websites. This young lady is taking the country music world by storm, and today we introduce Kelsea Ballerini as our FACE of the South!
In the cradle of the Civil Rights movement, a new kind of heroine emerges, illuminating Alabama’s oft-unsung, courageous and rich tapestry of diverse cultures. Meet Khaula Hadeed.