Bourbon is NOT just for boys. In this episode of the #502LeaderSeries, Lori Mangum sat down with Peggy Noe Stevens, founder of the Bourbon Women Association & owner of branding & imaging firm Peggy Noe Stevens & Associates, to talk about her personal bourbon heritage & the story of the birth of Bourbon Women. What […]
For this episode of the #502LeaderSeries, Lori sat down with Greg at Weightless Float Center to talk about wellness and how hard it is for most people to make time for themselves.
Lori Mangum sat down with Kristen Millwood to talk about these stigmas, how they affect every single one of us, and how we can use communication to flip the script. Mental health is arguably more important than physical health, and anyone who is physically fit will tell you that it doesn’t happen by accident. Being mentally fit takes continual work, just like anyone keeping in their best physical health has a routine.
Why throw away time & money trying to figure out what you want to be while in college when you can explore career fields in high school & even earn career readiness certifications to help jump start your professional path? Lori Mangum sat down with Shawnee High School Academy Coach Josh Covington, Media Arts Teacher […]
Michelle Dayvault sat down with Jason Mudd to talk Dress for Success & the professional empowerment it provides for women across the nation. Contrary to common belief, DFS is much more than an outfit for an interview. They also provide a support network & development tools that help women achieve economic independence & confidence in […]
We sat down with Amabelle Camba of CASA River Region to talk about what it means to be a voice for children engaged in the family court system as a court-appointed special advocate. It sounds intimidating, but anyone can do it! Amabelle herself volunteered for CASA long before becoming an employee & experienced firsthand the […]
The Louisville entrepreneurial ecosystem is electric! Every day new ideas for business are being born & cultivated through networks of community & professional development like 1804. From mentoring to resource matching, 1804 can help anyone with an idea explore it with the help of local partners. We sat down with Raechele Gray to talk about […]
Change is hard. And big change is even harder. Louisville is at a juncture when it comes to growth and what we, as a community, really want our city to be long term. And I’m not talking 5 years. The things we do now, in the next 18 months, will have a huge impact on where Louisville fits into the mix as our overall world economy is changing and advancing. What kind of ‘Louisville’ do you want your great great great grandkids living in?
Karyn Moskowitz founded New Roots in 2009 with the belief that ‘fresh food is a basic human right’. She has since used her platform to champion for ways to help every person who wants it to have access to fresh, healthy food in-season, regardless of their income level. ”This organization was founded on the belief […]