A career in television is what many strive for, and for some it becomes a reality. Meet this week’s dynamic FACE of Louisville, WLKY’s Debbie Roberson.
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.
From Cyclones and Reds to clowns and horses, our newest FACE of Louisville has worked with them all. Get to know the VP of Sales & Strategy for Churchill Downs, Sarah Contardo!
She turned her hardships with her own teenagers into a positive force, empowering parents across 49 states. Meet Jean Schumm, president of Operation Parent.
Whether she’s planning a gala to aid human trafficking victims or podcasting about Kentucky, attorney Soha Saiyed is determined to better the city. Get to know our newest FACE of Louisville.
Her quest for the perfect chicken salad led her down a path she never expected. Learn a little more about the FACE behind the South’s beloved Chicken Salad Chick, Stacy Brown.
This professional poet and author also runs the School of Creative and Professional Writing at Spalding University. Meet Kathleen Driskell.
Anne Sabatino Hardy is helping horse farms open up to tourism in her role at Visit Horse Country. Find out more about this interesting woman, who is also our newest FACE of Louisville!
Amy Shir is working to right historical wrongs in Louisville through social justice and financial equity. Meet our newest FACE of Louisville.
Kallen Blair and Alie B. Gorrie are on a mission to make the entertainment industry a more inclusive space. Get to know these Southern girls and find out about their brand-new series, “ABLE.”
Papa John’s employees are the heart of the brand, the folks who strive to make and deliver your perfect pizzas. Meet the FACES of Papa John’s.