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!
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.
If you are hoping to snack on fried chicken, biscuits and mac and cheese, and still stay healthy, head to The Southern V. This North Nashville eatery is serving up plant-based, Southern-style eats that we think you should try. Meet the FACE behind the restaurant, Tiffany Hancock.
We’ve had the honor of featuring some amazing FACES of TriStar this year. Let’s take a look back at each!
Inspiring women share their most treasured advice. Take a look back at our inspiring FACES of Nashville.
Phoebe Venable shares a financial lesson everyone should know, along with insights that make us understand why she is considered one of Nashville’s key influential women.
Thanks to years of experience, Rachel Martin is making her mark on Nashville’s architectural landscape through her work with Pfeffer Torode Architecture. Meet this inspiring , creative, talented FACE of Nashville!
Jessica N. Turner, through her latest book, helps working moms who feel stretched too thin lose the guilt, work smarter and thrive. Meet this inspiring author, mom and professional!
When Dr. Sonya Brooks had a health scare and had difficulty returning to work, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to try working in telemedicine on behalf of TriStar Skyline Medical Center. Meet this dynamic — and dedicated — woman, our newest FACE of TriStar!
Suzanne Sevier Rowland, the founder of Sevier Skirts, tells us how she got her start in sewing and how her skirts are made to flatter every shape and size.
In addition to raising a family and working full-time at Hattie Jane’s Creamery, Rhonda Schmitz serves others via ShowerUp, a mobile shower truck she and her husband started that provides hot showers to Nashville’s homeless population. Be inspired by our newest FACE of Nashville!