Kim DeLaney-Surratt’s life was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with a rare blood disease, complicated by bone marrow cancer. She found pain relief by using CBD oil, which prompted her to create My Green House CBD, a dispensary that helps others find relief as well. Meet our newest FACE!
FACES: Women of the South
Interesting Southern women are highlighted here each month. The tastemakers, authors, chefs and style icons ... women making the South the best it can be. These interviews will inspire you and leave you with insights and wisdom to use to make a difference in the world around you. Southern people are an interesting group and these women make us smile, laugh and learn.
Geri Giagnorio is a skincare superhero — she’s an aesthetician, nutritionist and entrepreneur who believes in helping people cure their skin from the inside out. Her skincare line is bought by people throughout the country. Meet this incredible FACE of the South!
She’s country singer John Rich’s 87-year-old grandmother, and she’s known as “Queen of the Working Class.” Today, she shares her secret to a long life, how she drinks her whiskey, and so much more. Meet Granny Rich, our newest FACE of the South.
Our newest FACE of the South, Chloe Kristyn designer Bettina Benson, designs for all women. Passionate about size inclusivity and diversity, she ensures women are taken care of beyond their closets.
Along with her husband and business partner, renowned Chef Frank Stitt, Pardis Stitt is guiding the staff and furthering the vision at Bottega Cafe and Restaurant, Chez Fonfon and the James Beard award-winning Highlands Bar & Grill. Meet our newest FACE!
Tanya Tucker is back! Her powerful voice and the touching lyrics of her new album are simultaneously nostalgic and new. We’re thrilled to introduce her as our newest FACE of the South.
Jennifer Morgan, a former CNN journalist and NBC national news correspondent, just launched a first-of-its-kind, women-only co-working space called Eleanor’s Place. Get to know more about the woman behind the business.
Renée Hicks is the founder of Book Girl Magic, an online book club with a very important twist. Find out more about our newest FACE, her fantastic initiative and more.
She’s 97 years young, and Dr. Frances Tunnell Carter is still going strong … Rosie the Riveter-strong. Meet this amazing Southern firecracker, find out her secret to longevity and the impact her work has made in the lives of generations of women to come.
From the sculptures in public atriums to the prints in hospital rooms, Jenny Lewis is in charge of all the art you see at Vanderbilt Medical Center. Meet the wonder woman who’s bringing peace, color and fun to the healthcare sphere, one piece of art at a time.