From Carolina to Tennessee, Liz Brasher has always followed her musical soul. Meet this Beale Street Music Fest artist and this week’s FACE of Memphis!
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.
Jenny Turner Koltnow is a nonprofit champion, avid runner and Grizzlies fanatic. Get inspired by our latest FACE of Memphis!
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.
She built an inclusive, forward-thinking business with the mission to foster a more just & compassionate community. Meet Inspire Community Cafe’s Kristin Fox-Trautman.
As Executive Director of Southern Reins, Jill Haag remains focused on service, collaboration and helping as many people as can benefit from equine-assisted activities & therapies.
She gives us the secret behind her nationally recognized signature events. Meet today’s FACE of Memphis, Cynthia Daniels!
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.”
Laura Smith is an expert at balancing her career, blog and family while still making time for self-care. Learn how she does it, and get to know this bubbly local in our newest FACES of Memphis article.
Her bylines appear in publications all over the country, but with MLK50: Justice Through Journalism, Wendi C. Thomas puts the issues that impact Memphis on the national map and in historic context.
After 40+ years in children’s healthcare, she has literally changed the future of the cities around her. Meet this week’s FACE of Memphis, Meri Armour!