Last November, Charlotte, NC made history by electing its first African-American female mayor. Get to know the impressive Mayor Vi Lyles, today’s FACE of the South.
Today, we’re announcing some fun new things we have coming up, and we’re asking you a few questions to ponder as well …
Happy New Year! Kick off 2018 with some motivational and inspiring pieces of advice from our 2017 FACES.
A bad case of the flu led to life-changing amputations of both hands and both feet, yet she chooses to see the positive in this outcome. Meet our newest FACE of Charlotte, the very inspiring Kristan Seaford.
You’ll smile and feel energized after reading this interview with Magda Sayeg. It’s amazing what small gifts of joy and wonder can do for your community and where life’s path can lead you. Image: Ben Sayeg
Lynn Ivey learned firsthand how hard it is to care for loved ones struggling with dementia. Ultimately, that work led her to found The Ivey. And it also led her to the man of her dreams! Welcome our newest FACE of Charlotte! Image: Gerin Choinier
She found her calling on set in San Francisco, and she never looked back. Meet Charlotte’s own Catie Starr, makeup artist extraordinaire.
Once she honed in on what she was meant to do, there was no turning back. Meet Sara Green, Director of Interior Design at Overcash Demmitt Architects and today’s FACE of Charlotte.
Fawn Weaver is a respected author and researcher, and her long list of projects based on her newest passion are nothing short of amazing. Meet our newest FACE of the South.
She has a portfolio of four wildly popular and much-loved Charlotte restaurants. But there’s more to Deedee Mills than meets the eye. Get to know our newest FACE of Charlotte!
Today we’re stepping outside our comfort zone and chatting about sex with Dr. Alyse Kelly-Jones. Get to know our newest FACE of Charlotte and find out what her TED talk is all about.
A devastating diagnosis for her sister changed Laura Edwards’ trajectory in life. Find out more about this amazing woman who is on a tireless mission to improve the lives of those with rare diseases.