As one of the South’s most esteemed architectural photographers, Alyssa Rosenheck is gearing up for the launch of her new book. Learn more about her impressive journey from the corporate grind to creative liberation.
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.
Peggy Noe Stevens is a bourbon aficionado, serving as the world’s first female master bourbon taster. She holds spots in two halls of fame and helped found the Bourbon Women’s Association and the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Meet this trailblazing Southerner!
Whether you’re a devoted enthusiast, a casual horoscope reader, or an all-out non-believer, you will learn something from these 11 FAQs answered by a professional astrologer!
This bug-loving Southerner changes everything we thought we knew about beekeeping and local honey. She’s even become TikTok famous. Meet Erika Thompson and learn her surprising beekeeper insider tip!
Rosilyn Houston is the highest-ranking female in BBVA’s U.S. division, often being the first female or African American to hold the positions she’s had. But she’s determined to not be the only. Meet this trailblazing FACE of Birmingham!
Country artist Tiera uses her platform and music to shed light on important matters and movements. Meet our newest FACE of the South! Image: Kam Studios
In a world that rewards bubbly personalities and chatty self-confidence, interior designer Rachel Cannon helps introverts through her podcast, consulting business and design tips.
The start of Gina Hurry’s art career was lonely, but with faith, passion, and a supportive family, she persevered. Today, Gina helps others tell extraordinary stories through her art and cultivates the creative spirit in Birmingham, AL, for the greater good. Image: Sarah York
These two women run a niche, Southern business, Dorm Decor. Today, they share their interesting backstory, the inside scoop on dorm design, and more.
She’s the spokesperson for Gatlinburg, and she has some wise words for women re-entering the workforce after raising their families. Meet the vibrant — and extremely busy — Marci Claude!