Memphis native Meg Crosby owns a successful business and plays a tremendous role in bettering the city and giving back to the community. Meet our newest FACE!
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.
Susan Huffman’s route to leading her own financial firm began at the family farm. And that practical work ethic still guides this week’s FACE of Memphis.
Fawn Weaver is a respected author and researcher, and her long list of projects based on her newest passion are nothing short of amazing. Meet our newest FACE of the South.
As co-owner of Royal Studios and program director of Royal Radio, she is shaping the next generation of Memphis music and sharing it with the world. Meet Oona Mitchell.
Starting with one employee in a male-dominated field, she has grown Clarion Security to be the largest female-owned company in town. Meet Kim Heathcott, our newest FACE of Memphis.
Marti Tippens Murphy was shaped by the stories and choices that form Memphis’ history. Now as director of the Memphis chapter of Facing History and Ourselves, she guides educators and students in seeing how our decisions build the future.
She started a bakery business in her home kitchen to provide her customers with irresistible treats and to make a difference in Memphis. Meet Kelsey Loebel, today’s FACE of Memphis!
These two amazing women are passionate about and dedicated to a shared cause: animal rescue. Meet Melissa Ann Barton and Emmylou Harris, our newest FACES of the South.
Personal experience led Susan Graf to support families traveling for medical care. Meet the founder of FedExFamilyHouse and this week’s FACE of Memphis.
Being a chef is in her DNA. The self-proclaimed “shy” chef with a signature ’50s style opens up when it comes to all things culinary. Meet Valarie Hall, today’s FACE of Memphis.
Together, Cheri Leavy and Whitney Wise Long have created a community that offers entrepreneurs and creatives the opportunity to connect, collaborate and create. Learn about The Southern Coterie and the two dynamic women who built it.
A harrowing experience in her youth gave her the heart of a fighter and led her to pursue a career in law. Meet Leslie Gattas Coleman!