Whatever your vision of a corrections facility, Patricia Melton will change it. Meet the leader of Shelby County’s inmate education and vocational programs.
FACES: Women of Memphis
StyleBlueprint’s FACES series showcases people from Memphis each Monday, along with special highlights of women throughout the South. These featured women make River City a unique and special place to live, work, and play. Past FACES include Collins Tuohy and Emily Griffen.
This chemical engineer is now the Head Distiller of Old Dominick Distillery and she’s changing the landscape for women in the spirits industry. Meet Alex Castle.
When she’s not rousing Grizzlies fans as Bongo Lady, Malenda Harris Meacham is serving as an attorney and part-time judge. Meet (The Honorable) Bongo Lady, our newest FACE of Memphis!
This 28-year-old Ivy League grad fights to better her Orange Mound hometown. She’s got big goals — and an exclusive announcement for our SB readers!
“You are stronger than you think and more capable than you believe. You can make a difference,” says Kirby Dobbs Floyd. Meet our inspiring new FACE of Memphis.
Last November, Charlotte, NC made history by electing its first African-American female mayor. Get to know the impressive Mayor Vi Lyles, today’s FACE of the South.
Today, we’re announcing some fun new things we have coming up, and we’re asking you a few questions to ponder as well …
Wit and wisdom. Grit and grace. Our 2017 FACES of Memphis are some undeniably stellar women, and we are revisiting the best pieces of advice they gave us.
Inspired by a dermatologist from her youth, Dr. Allison Jones now enjoys a career paying it forward by helping her patients. Meet today’s FACE of Memphis!
Find out why this Folk’s Folly leader won the Tennessee Hospitality & Tourism Association’s 2017 Restaurant Manager of the Year Award. Meet Diane Kauker, our newest FACE of Memphis!
You’ll smile and feel energized after reading this interview with Magda Sayeg. It’s amazing what small gifts of joy and wonder can do for your community and where life’s path can lead you. Image: Ben Sayeg
Brittany Spence wasn’t sure she would survive the loss of her infant son. Ten years later, her experience has helped thousands through their hardest times. Meet our newest FACE of Memphis!