Megan Melgaard combines her talent and passion into one with Swim Across America, an event designed to raise money for the fight against cancer. Get to know our newest FACE of the South!
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.
Did you know that Louisville’s top-selling realtor has only been in the business 10 years? Find out the secrets to her success and why now is a great time to buy or sell a house. Meet Terri Bass of Lenihan Sotheby’s, today’s FACE of Louisville.
This woman came up with a plan to aid adults in explaining current events in our world to children, empowering them to shape their own futures. Meet Deena Neimat, founder of Little Voices Are Loud and today’s FACE of Louisville.
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
Meet the stunning RaeShanda Johnson – an entrepreneur making a big fashion impact on Louisville who once faced homelessness – today’s FACE of Louisville.
Meet Jennifer Helgeson, passionate children’s advocate, Girls & Boys Clubs of Kentuckiana President and CEO and today’s FACE of Louisville.
Margaret Anne Florence stars in CMT’s “Sun Records” as a dynamic, complex radio personality. Off camera, she is just as captivating, thoughtful and funny.
Erika Holmquist-Wall was hired at the Speed Art Museum three years ago and has definitely made her mark. Recently named Chief Curator, today she’s sharing stories about the collection and how she loves living in Louisville.
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!
Master Milliner Jenny Pfanenstiel came to Louisville to sell some of her hats before Derby several years ago, and after continued success, she moved here full-time. Today, she shares her inspirations, her work process and more.
Today’s FACE of the South is a senior in college, and she’s running the Boston Marathon on April 17 … and the fact that she is blind is not slowing her down one bit! Read her inspiring story!
Meet the local woman who, at age 62, is in a job she considers “the crown jewel” of her over-30-year career in social work and education. When she’s not busy advocating for her people, she’s loving being a newlywed. Meet Marta Miranda, our FACE of Louisville.