There are heroes all around us doing their part to end hunger and food waste in Middle Tennessee. Meet some of the community’s Zero Heroes.
FACES: Women of Nashville
Each Monday, StyleBlueprint presents our FACES series highlighting both famous people in Nashville to those who keep Music City exciting, dynamic, and unique. Our FACES are all women making a difference in our city. We also feature regional FACES of the South. Past FACES include Faith Hill and Carla Hall.
As one of the South’s most esteemed architectural photographers, Alyssa Rosenheck is gearing up for the launch of her new book. Learn more about her impressive journey from the corporate grind to creative liberation.
An A-list model turned innovative branding expert, Emily Sandberg Gold is knocking it out of the park as CEO and founder of her Nashville-based digital marketing agency, Twice Social. Learn more about her fascinating path to Music City.
Emily Buckner Pierce is helping to bring a new socially distanced, drive-through experience to Nashville that’s about to turn the world of live entertainment upside down. Meet the art director of Eamotion.
In just five short months, Dr. Adrienne Battle, Director of Metro Nashville Public Schools, has navigated the challenges brought about by tornadoes and a pandemic, and she’s done so with all 86,000+ students’ best interests at heart.
From attorney to coach and motivational speaker, Heather Joy Hubbard is inspiring us to find simple courage and tap into our inner potential. Find out how she helps so many women (and herself) do just that!
Artist Cymone Wilder is celebrating women’s right to vote and helping to bridge the racial gap with her new Walls for Women mural in Marathon Village. Meet this inspiring local artist.
Country artist Tiera uses her platform and music to shed light on important matters and movements. Meet our newest FACE of the South! Image: Kam Studios
Their chemistry is palpable, and they add a dose of fun to our mornings. Find out how “Today in Nashville” hosts Carole Sullivan and Kelly Sutton are keeping that chemistry alive as they record from home during the pandemic, get their best advice and more!
Meet our newest FACE of Nashville, attorney Tricia Herzfeld, who’s not only litigating civil rights cases but fighting to protect our voting rights, too.