Certified personal trainer, wellness coach, “diet abolitionist” and author, Sarah Hays Coomer urges us to use our bodies as agents of change. Learn more about what this means and how she approaches fitness and feminism.
FACES: Women of Louisville
StyleBlueprint showcases people from Louisville each Monday. These local women are defining our city and keeping it uniquely special. From entrepreneurs to artists and corporate executives, all of our FACES are inspiring. You will also find inspiring women from across the South included in our FACES series.
By supporting the Kentuckiana region’s nonprofit sector, she makes our city a better place. Meet Sarah Stalker of the Center for Nonprofit Excellence.
Yoga instructor Ashley Baldwin infuses new life into Louisville by breaking down the traditional walls of yoga. Find out what led her to this career, what people would be surprised to know about her and more in our newest edition of FACES.
In less than 10 years, she rose through the ranks to Assistant Master Distiller for Woodford Reserve. Meet one of the youngest female distillers in the country, Elizabeth McCall.
Sara Klein Wagner went from childhood member at the JCC to CEO. As she leads the organization through a capital campaign, she reflects on her path.
Marilyn Osborn Patterson is living her best life as marketing and events director and general counsel for Norton Commons. Oh, and she’s a fitness instructor there, too. Find out how (and why!) she does it all.
Elizabeth Locke creates elegant, bold and timeless pieces. Today, we learn more about what inspires this Virginia jewelry designer, where she uncovers antiques and more.
Living life to its fullest is how Barbara Sexton-Smith approaches each and every day. Find out more about how she quickly climbed the ranks, how she survived a near-death experience, and how she uses that experience to fuel her passion for life.
As the Executive Pastry Chef at The Omni Hotel Louisville, she is bringing pastries and desserts to a new level. Meet Jaclyn Joseph, our newest FACE of Louisville.
She puts her love of music to work for Louisville, bringing the best music to WFPK’s airwaves and concert series. Meet WFPK Program Director, Stacy Owen.