Women Making a Mark: Mary Frances Bowley
Mary Frances Bowley opened Wellspring Living’s doors in 2001 as a safe house for women who were victims of sexual abuse and exploitation.
Women Making a Mark: Mindy Selig
Mindy Selig is a fourth-generation Atlantan and currently serves as senior vice president in her family’s 100-year-old company, Selig Enterprises. One could find that daunting—but not Selig.
Women Making a Mark: Pinky Cole
Some CEOs spend years cementing their fortune before planting their philanthropic flag. Not Pinky Cole.
Women Making a Mark: Stephanie Nadi Olson
Four years ago, Stephanie Nadi Olson started We Are Rosie, a marketing and advertising network with a focus on flexibility and inclusivity. No gimmicks, no performative diversity.
Women Making a Mark: Seh Welch
When Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention set out to tackle the pandemic, it was all hands on deck.
Women Making a Mark: Elizabeth Elango
Elizabeth Elango’s role as CEO and Head of School at Global Village Project (GVP), a school for refugee girls located in Decatur, is more than a career to her—it’s a sincere passion.
Women Making a Mark: Meredith Leapley
Having grown up as the child of two entrepreneurs in Maryland, Meredith Leapley saw firsthand the challenges that come with being a business owner.
Women Making a Mark: Jamie Lackey
Jamie Lackey identified a barrier: You can’t get childcare without diapers, and without childcare you can’t go to work.
Women Making a Mark: Nadine Kaslow
It’s impossible to know how many lives Nadine Kaslow has saved over the course of her career.
Women Making a Mark: Charlene Crusoe-Ingram
Charlene Crusoe-Ingram, CEO of Meals On Wheels Atlanta (MOWA), was supposed to be retired. But then MOWA, where she served on the board, came calling when their executive director resigned unexpectedly.