When she’s not teaching English, this dynamo is whipping up gluten-free baked goods and winning over the taste buds of Memphians. Meet Sandie Whittington!
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.
She is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, current Chief Communications Officer for the City of Memphis and a self-professed sci-fi “nerd.” Get to know Ursula Madden as today’s FACE of Memphis.
Blogger, author and philanthropist Glennon Doyle Melton answers all of our burning questions! Image: Amy Paulson
This powerhouse realtor sets herself apart with “hustle and heart,” her motto and the winning personality combo that puts smiles on her clients’ faces.
Claudia Towell’s work with Latino Memphis contributes to the empowerment of thousands of individuals, families and communities throughout the Bluff City.
She has many degrees, and she’s putting them to good use on behalf of Memphians. Meet Dr. Wendy Likes, Dean of the College of Nursing at UTHSC and today’s FACE of Memphis.
An inspiring trip to Ghana is the foundation of this Atlanta-based scarf company. Find out the compelling background of Bené Scarves from founders Michelle Blue and Sasha Matthews, today’s FACES of the South.
Through yoga and entrepreneurship, Olivia Lomax inspires her students and other Memphians to not only breathe a little deeper, but also to realize their dreams.
Her altruistic spirit and fundraising prowess has led to the expansion of services for families battling devastating childhood illnesses. Meet Jessica Corley, today’s FACE of Memphis.
Today’s FACE of Memphis, Dr. Altha Stewart, brings a singular passion to her work: finding solutions to reduce the impact of violence on children.
She’s a mom of six daughters — five of whom are quintuplets. Today we talk with Danielle Busby, find out what a typical day is like, get her best advice for moms of multiples and dream with her about how she would spend 24 hours by herself.
New Year’s is the annual reset button that reignites our motivation to live better, do better and be better than we have ever been. Are you making New Year’s resolutions? We are, and here’s what we’re resolving to do in 2017.