Taking on the newly created role of COO at Church Health after 22 years of service, Jenny Bartlett-Prescott is shaping the future of the Memphis community’s care. Find out more about this dynamic and dedicated woman.
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.
Priscilla Presley returns to Memphis next month for the first-ever Elegant Southern Style Weekend. We chatted with the woman most widely known as Elvis’s wife about the weekend’s lineup, her favorite style icons and more. Welcome our newest FACE of the South!
Carrie Morey is the woman behind Callie’s Charleston Biscuits and Callie’s Hot Little Biscuits, ensuring everyone gets a taste of her mom’s famous biscuits. Meet our newest FACE of the South!
She grew up with an awareness of the challenges faced by Memphians living in poverty. Read about how Roshun Austin is creating a community that lifts up its residents.
When Megan Klein joined the team at My City Rides, an innovative transit company, she didn’t know what to expect. Now a year later, the Missouri native has found her groove right here in Memphis. Meet our newest FACE!
After moving to Memphis in 2015, Tamra Patterson — aka Chef Tam — opened Chef Tam’s Underground Cafe. Find out how taking a leap of faith has paid off for her in a relatively short time.
Cindy Cogbill went from coordinating one of the largest international music conferences to bringing a world of live music options to her own hometown, Memphis, TN.
She’s 97 years young, and Dr. Frances Tunnell Carter is still going strong … Rosie the Riveter-strong. Meet this amazing Southern firecracker, find out her secret to longevity and the impact her work has made in the lives of generations of women to come.
They always say not to mix art and commerce, but this founder and advocate knows that doing so is an essential step to a vital city. Meet this week’s synergistic FACE of Memphis, Whitney Hardy!
When Shella Sylla realized that her male co-workers were closing business deals on the golf course, she decided to level the playing field for all women.