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Anna Mullins

Anna is a local writer and editor. After receiving her MFA from the University of Memphis, she worked as Editorial Director of Niche Publications for E.W. Scripps where she edited and helped launch a number of titles, including Skirt! magazine, FIX magazine and Spoon magazine. She currently serves as the Director of Communications and Marketing for the New Memphis Institute. As an avid fan and advocate of the city, she is eager to help build a publication that focuses on the growth and innovation happening in the Bluff City. She lives in Memphis with her four pets. Share story ideas, pet pictures or jokes with her here.

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Local maker Brit McDaniel is the artisan and designer behind Paper & Clay

Join us for upcoming speaker event Makers in the City

Join High Ground and EPIcenter for Makers in the City on October 7, National Manufacturing Day. This speaker event will offer a discussion on the growing "maker" community, how these artisan entrepreneurs are scaling their businesses, and how they impact the Memphis economy. Register for free today to be a part of the conversation. 

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What smart neighborhoods can learn from Frayser

Join High Ground for What Smart Neighborhoods Can Learn from Frayser on June 13. This free speaker event will offer a discussion on the exciting efforts underway to create a brighter future for the north Memphis community. Register for free today to be a part of the conversation. 

David Tarver

Starting with community: How entrepreneurs can solve urban problems

At Social Innovation in the City, David Tarver will discuss urban entrepreneurship and how for-profit companies can solve city problems and make life better in Memphis.  

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Join us for Social Innovation in the City

The entrepreneurial approach shouldn't just be used to launch businesses. Innovation can also be used to launch social change. Learn about the possibilities of social innovation in Memphis at this free speaker event; register to reserve your spot.

Ballet Memphis completed its innovative "River Project" in the fall of 2014

More than money: How ArtsMemphis is transforming art advocacy

For ArtsMemphis and newly installed President Elizabeth Rouse, supporting the local arts requires more than cutting checks. Looking beyond the usual grantmaking role, the organization is re-writing the book for typical arts funds by being a mentor and advocate in all corners of the community.  
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