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.
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.
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!
From Holiday Inns to the National Civil Rights Museum, Beverly Robertson has turned Memphis innovations into international icons, and now she’s leading the Greater Memphis Chamber into the city’s third century.
Her passion for Memphis and thirst for community helped develop a unique Memphis experience, Vintage901. Meet Stephanie Ferreira, our newest FACE of Memphis!
In the past year, she’s been named to Ebony Magazine’s Power 100 and won a historic election, but this new County Commissioner is most excited about what still lays ahead for her and her city. Meet this week’s FACE of Memphis, Tami Sawyer!
Jessica Honegger has a heart as wide as Texas — and today, she’s offering a look inside her life, what makes that passionate heart beat and how she hopes to make an impact with her life’s work. Meet this super-inspiring new FACE of the South!
In one generation, her family went from having its first college graduate to its first doctorate recipient. This week’s FACE of Memphis is Executive Director of City Year Memphis, Dr. Catherine Cushinberry.
Creative, brilliant and strong, our FACES of Memphis and the South wowed us in 2018. Here’s a look back at their inspiring best pieces of advice.
She grew up celebrating holidays inside hospitals, and now she brings a sense of joy and purpose to operating rooms around the world. Meet this week’s FACE of Memphis, Dr. Nia Zalamea-Ducklo!
She returned to Memphis in 1991 and agreed to stay one year to help the new mayor’s transition. Nearly three decades later, she has made her own mark on the city. Meet Keenon McCloy, our newest FACE of Memphis.