Roquita Coleman-Williams turned her philosophy “live while making a living” into a call to action, encouraging other women to fulfill their whole selves.
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 banker has spent the last 37 years using her financial services acumen to build a more economically just community. Meet Gerre Currie!
From third grade teacher to principal broker of Coldwell Banker Collins-Maury, she found her calling in real estate and now mentors agents in their careers. Meet Tiffany McLemore, our newest FACE of Memphis.
She is changing the lives of women who have survived human trafficking and prostitution through her role as executive director of Thistle & Bee. Meet Jordan Boss.
From india.arie to Dennis Kucinich, Anasa Troutman has helped a spectrum of visionaries share their stories and reach their goals by building community and love. Our newest FACE of Memphis is expanding this mission as the new executive director of Memphis’ historic Clayborn Temple.
Fusing the history of Memphis with a sustainable vision for the future, this week’s FACE of Memphis is helping to build a city that’s growing greener from the roots up.
With a thriving dermatology practice and her own nationally recognized line of skincare products, today’s FACE of Memphis is helping her clients have healthier and more beautiful skin.
A two-time breast cancer survivor and amputee is determined to help others realize that life’s challenges aren’t the end of the line. She wrote her new book to inspire readers to overcome challenges and live each day to its fullest. Meet Donna Hopkins, our newest FACE of the South.
She is helping her hometown of Memphis come together and see the city in a whole new way. Meet Denise Parnell, Explore Bike Share’s Community Engagement Manager.
Amelia Thompson’s exuberant personality is rivaled only by her passion for our city and the arts. And she is putting her fundraising prowess to work for Ballet Memphis.