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Trailblazers: Fort Worth

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 Fort Worth that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Emma Lyda

I have been really interested in birth for a long time. I would watch birth videos just for the fun of it (strange, I know!) . I think I have always just been so amazed that our bodies can actually grow tiny humans and give birth to them. I mean, it really is incredible. Read more>>

Casey Musgrove

I started cosplaying for fun right after high school. I was a theatre major in college, so it only makes sense that when my cousin took me to my first FanExpo Dallas (one of the largest cons in the state) I was immediately hooked. I just recently began looking at it in a more professional light. Read more>>

Michelle Elizabeth

“It would be fun to take an acting class.” That was the thought I had one Thursday morning while driving to work. Friday, was grandparents’ breakfast at the school in which I worked. That morning I found out that I had taught a grandchild of David and Tamela Mann the year prior as well as that current school year. Read more>>

Ashley James

Making films for me at this point in my life has been an evolution, it has grown with me as I have grown as a person. Each experience life has brought me infuses my choices as an artist and has played a part in the direction of the stories I choose to tell. Read more>>

Dominique Kirven

I’ve been thrifting since I was 12 years old with my aunt and grandma! We would hunt for treasures and timeless items! I believe then I knew my life would be involved with secondhand things! Making something new again, giving life to something old. Read more>>

Stefanie Moschitta

I am currently a single stay at home mom and was doing photography as my job and wanted another creative outlet I could do while being home with my son Shane. It was February of 2018 and I just woke up one day and decided to try out baking and decorating cookies. Read more>>

Abigail Bradford

Like a lot of professional bakers, baking started as a hobby for me and quickly grew into a career. I’ve worked in a few local bakeries over the years and expanded my skill set, learning and absorbing all the pastry knowledge I could. Read more>>

Randi Rogers

I started with Mac cosmetics in the late 1990’s. I moves on to print runway and commercials later and still do commercials and own Ahimsa Artistry. I have been doing wedding for about 15 years. My business partner Tai Tipton passed the business in to me last year while she pursued other things. Read more>>

Samantha St. Vil

I was raised by two phenomenal women that embodied true altruism. My grandmother, a feisty, five foot nothing, proud Haitian woman with a heart of gold. As well as my mother, a fearless woman of God with great resilience and a benevolent nature. Read more>>

Micah Richardson

What made me start Lucki1Accessories is from personal experience when I got a wrist tattoo. At the time, I thought it was hot to have a wrist tattoo but when it came time to find employment I stepped back and looked at myself in the mirror, I then realized tattoos are labels and first impression means everything. Read more>>

Jenny Luedecke-Keys

In 2008 the economy went through a big decline. As a college senior I was extremely concerned about being able to get a job when I graduated. I took one of those handy dandy aptitude tests which said I was well suited for logistics and would be most fulfilled working in an environment where I felt like I was contributing. Read more>>

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