With a lifetime of work in non-profits, politics and government, Virginia Lodge is a hard worker dedicated to a variety of causes. Learn more about her work in the community and why we are so thrilled to introduce her as a FACE of Nashville.
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.
You’ll smile and feel energized after reading this interview with Magda Sayeg. It’s amazing what small gifts of joy and wonder can do for your community and where life’s path can lead you. Image: Ben Sayeg
Brittany Spence wasn’t sure she would survive the loss of her infant son. Ten years later, her experience has helped thousands through their hardest times. Meet our newest FACE of Nashville!
A Tennessee native, Samar Ali is working to make our country and world a better place. See how her work locally, and globally, is effecting change.
Alongside her husband, Yoli Mara is running their business, Welcome To 1979, a recording studio located in The Nations. Learn more about Yoli and her work at the studio and in the community.
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.
When Nancy Suppelsa needed a knee replacement, she found the perfect fit at TriStar’s Southern Joint Replacement Institute.
Mara Papatheodorou is an expert in the fields of entertaining, culinary arts and storytelling. Today, she shares her journey, gives advice and answers our burning questions!
As Chief Development Officer of STARS, Erin Daunic is passionate about helping kids overcome social and emotional barriers. Learn more about her work, what she hopes to accomplish and her best piece of advice.
Through Walk Bike Nashville, Nora Kern is working to make Nashville a more walkable, bikeable and livable city. Learn more about her efforts, the most (and least) walkable areas of town and more.
When Randi Lesnick was diagnosed with breast cancer, it created a seismic shift in how she ran her business. Today, she’s cancer-free, and she’s sharing the important lessons she learned.
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.