The editorial team has a special attachment to our new series, The Trailblazers: Rewriting the Narrative, because so many of us feel that media portrayals of women have been too one dimensional. Today, women are doing incredible things in all fields – from science and technology to finance, law, business, athletics and more. With the Trailblazers series, we hope to highlight and celebrate female role models, encourage more equal and just representation in the media, and help foster a more tight-knit community locally helping women find mentors, business partners, friends and more.
Below, you’ll find some incredible trailblazers from in and around Central Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
I started this boutique because I love making women feel beautiful and confident in what they wear! It all started when I took a job in retail while in college. I was a personal stylist as well as the store merchandiser. I was just looking to make some money when I wasn’t in class. Read more>>
I originally started by planning and decorating events for family and close friends about 9 years ago and it quickly became a passion of mine. In August of 2017, while preparing for the birth of my daughter, I decided that I wanted to pour more into my business and to make my mark in the wedding market. Read more>>
I’ve always liked writing. In college I pursued a communications and PR degree, and got my start planning events and doing PR for United Way. Simultaneously, I started freelance writing and creating video content for a women’s lifestyle brand called Functional Girl. Read more>>
It has been such a humbling learning and growing curve. As I worked relentlessly 7 days a week, over time there was a demand to grow. Driven by nature, it was difficult for me to stay stagnant so in 2017 I started to add on another artist to Suite Lovely. Read more>>
I was lucky to have amazing pictures and content from my talented husband and my following on Instagram grew. We really wanted to only post about places, events, services we could truly recommend and I think the audience appreciated that. Read more>>
Before starting Sunny Thymes, I had wanted to start a food blog for a few years to share my recipes I got asked about all the time. I’ve always loved cooking and creating recipes; I just couldn’t quite figure out what I wanted my niche to be. I didn’t JUST want to share my recipes. Read more>>
Michelle Garza, Mimi Beauty
At this time in my life I was at a job I was unhappy with. I always had a desire for more out of life, but didn’t know exactly what. I had both my daughters before 21, and really thought I knew what I was doing. A few life events happened and I realized I had to make a change. Read more>>
I held a six month internship with the ministry called Joni and Friends, which seeks to assist churches and families with special needs children and adults. After my internship I worked as the instructional specialist at a day program for adults with special needs called Connecting Point of Park Cities. Read more>>
I’ve always had an infinity for taking charge, creating and watching things grow. My business has multiple subsidiaries but all tie on the things that are most important to me, but those things are never truly about me. They are more about the quality of life for others. Read more>>
I’ve been a natural worrier from a young age, always asking “what if?” and have always loved helping others so when I found an industry where I could help others solve their “what ifs”, I knew I discovered my future career in risk management. Read more>>
Not only did I completely transform my body, but I gained a new sense of perception, a new heartbeat. I started on my fitness journey not knowing what God had in store for me. Through my own personal struggles and triumphs, I found my voice, my passion. Read more>>