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We See You, Sis: Jessica Bledsoe

Jessica Bledsoe, Co-Founder and CEO of Pav*r, says the app helps you develop a better plan for managing your time. Beat the Clock: Having problems getting a handle on your time management? Jessica [...]

We See You, Sis: Jasemine Reed

Jasemine Reed has developed writing workshops for kids and adults. She also offers a tutoring program for low-income families. Jasemine Reed is helping adults and kids use the art of writing as a [...]

We See You, Sis: Michelle Jones

After the tragic loss of her brother, Michelle Jones set out to change the conversation about mental health. By Tiffany White | Photo by Kylene White Michelle Jones is on a crusade to save lives. In [...]

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We See You, Sis: Jan Rogers

The Center for Health Equity at Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness works with more than 100 healthcare providers, social service agencies, community-based organizations, and grassroots partners as part of its Healthy Babies Louisville [...]

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We See You, Sis: VaShaun Mosby

VaShaun Mosby has published two autobiographical books titled Behind Her Eyes, the springing board behind her publishing house, and 365 Days of Attacks but God which chronicles a year of challenges she faced as [...]

We See You, Sis: Erika Ganong

Erika Ganong, Vice President of the National Parkinson’s Institute, says being diagnosed with essential tremor disorder made her aware of the importance of having a strong support system. She’s Fighting Parkinson’s SPONSORED BY National [...]

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We See You, Sis: Sherisa Sayles

Sherisa Sayles and her partner Robert Berry co-own Home Helpers. Their services include: caring for pets, companionship, daily telephone checkups, grocery shopping, housekeeping, meal prep, med reminders, dressing and feeding, hospice support care and [...]

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We See You, Sis: Joi McAtee

Joi McAtee is the project manager at Lean Into Louisville. She runs a weekly book club where participants have frank conversations about race. For more details, contact Joi at Joi.McAtee@louisvilleky.gov. She Wants to [...]

We See You, Sis: Deanna Hornbback

Deanna Hornback, founder of St. Bernadette Diaper Bank, says lack of access to diapers disproportionately affects Black and brown families. She's Giving Babies a Chance to Thrive SPONSORED BY Lean Into Louisville By Tonilyn [...]