Jaime’s daughter was diagnosed as profoundly deaf during the first year of her life. Shocked by the number of kids missed during hearing testing, Jaime started a non-profit to raise awareness, give access and inspire action to the hearing loss community.
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.
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.
You spend plenty of time at Kroger each week, so don’t you think it’s time you get to know the friendly and familiar faces who greet you? Meet the FACES of Kroger!
Janet Ayers’ commitment to her community and continued efforts towards the betterment of life in Tennessee are only a few of the reasons we are introducing her as today’s FACE of Nashville!
Some may consider Dr. Sheila McMorrow a superwoman. One of her jobs is a mom of three little ones, and the other is working as the Pediatric ER Medical Director at The Children’s Hospital at TriStar Centennial. Get to know our newest FACE of TriStar!
Kobie Jarmon was born and raised in Nashville before she headed off to University of Louisville, where she maintains a busy schedule as a college student, captain of the UofL Ladybirds dance team, and most recently as a star in Lifetime’s reality series “So Sharp.” Get to know our newest FACE of Nashville!
Meet the grand dame of this popular Nashville furniture business!
As principal of Casa Azafran Early Learning Center, Dr. Dalila Duarte is working to enrich the lives of students and families through a creative curriculum and welcoming environment. Meet today’s FACE of Nashville!
Janet Ivey is nothing if not driven. And passionate. And unbelievably enthusiastic about science. Today she shares her inspiration, her top eclipse tips and the best piece of advice she’s ever been given.
Diagnosed with breast cancer at just 32 years old — and while 25 weeks pregnant — Kristin Zbozien was proactive in her treatment. Today, she — and her daughter — are healthy! Here’s her brave story.
Jami Oakley recently joined the Nashville community and dove in by finding a way to collect and recycle outgrown standard school attire for those in need. Her story is one you will want to know!
As Director of the Office of Student Leadership at Vanderbilt, President of the Junior League of Nashville and volunteer extraordinaire, Krystal Clark is a force to be reckoned with. Today we’re thrilled to introduce you to her as our newest FACE of Nashville.