Leadership

Feature Story Black Lens Productions Film Studios leadership team. Partner/General Counsel Cecilia S. Barnes, Founder/CEO Jason A. Farmer, Partner/CFO Carolyn N. Henry. (submitted)

Whitehaven film studio plans to put Memphis on the map


Feature Story PRIZM Ensemble executive director Gavin Wigginson (submitted)
Feature Story Epicenter Memphis' offices downtown at 150 Peabody Place (submitted)

New database connects Memphis startups with angel investors


Feature Story MEMShop helped launch new brick and mortar small businesses in South Memphis in 2014, including the Klassy Chics boutique and @ Home Computer Repair. (MEMShop)

MEMShop expanding to Frayser and Whitehaven in 2020


Feature Story The High Ground team enjoys a 'thank you' lunch at El Mercadito de Memphis with key stakeholders in our "On the Ground: Hickory Hill" coverage, including residents and representatives from nonprofits and the Memphis Police Department. (High Ground)

Our 'see you later' to Hickory Hill


Feature Story The Career Advantage Youth Program helps people ages 16 to 24 identify their employment goals and potential and connects them with the tools they need to see success. (Submitted)
Feature Story Last year's VISUALS & VIBES was held at The CMPLX in Orange Mound and featured traditional gallery art alongside art forms not typically found in a gallery show. This year's event promises the same. (Christaian Williams)
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Podcast: The Revival of Gaisman


Feature Story World Overcomers Church has hosted previous events for single mothers in their own congregation. This year's Christmas expo event is the first event for single moms that is open to the broader community. (Terrance Davis)

Church to host Single Moms Christmas Expo in Hickory Hill


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Feature Story Participants of the Memphis Youth Crime Watch at Kirby High School. (AJ Dugger)

Cops and kids come together at Kirby High


Feature Story GoDaddy's Made in America docu-series premiered in Memphis on November 22. Its first episodes feature Memphis-area entrepreneurs. Stacy Cline stands at the far left. (Cole Bradley, High Ground News)

GoDaddy supports small business in Memphis, premiers docu-series