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SEP

Meghan Borland

Meghan Borland did not set out to be a farmer or start a bakery. Growing up in Michigan, it took her a bit to figure out what she wanted to major in at Central Michigan University. In a ceramics class, her professor told her "You learn by doing" and it finally clicked with her. Listen to Meghan's journey to learn how to farm, bake sourdough bread and open her own bakery on this week's Powered By Her.
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AUG

Sara McKinley & Susan Seabold

Sara McKinley wanted to figure out a way to clean homes without the headaches caused by lots of chemicals. Susan Seabold wanted to help people de-clutter their lives. Find out how Waterloo Girls and Simple Home came together to form a powerhouse duo!
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AUG

Julie David

When faced with some health issues, Julie David found a hidden gem, goats milk. After taking time to research and learn about goats, she decided to start a farm. Now, with over 150 goats, Julie runs a dairy farm in middle Tennessee. Listen to this week's Powered By Her to hear the details of how her farm came to be!
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JUL

Jolene Medina

Jolene Medina didn’t intent to be an entrepreneur but after having her third child she decided she needed a change. Listen to this weeks Powered By Her to hear how this mom of three found the best of both worlds raising her child and building a business.
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JUL

Andrea Kruszka

Andrea Kruszka took her love of hiking and turned it into a business. Although it was difficult to think of herself as a “real” photographer, she was encouraged my lots of friends to start Bright Leaf Photography. Listen to how Andrea has overcome struggles of self doubt on this weeks Powered By Her.
20
JUN

Mallory Christian

Mallory Christian launched Mals Designs as a way to bring high fashion of Nashville to the Upper Cumberland. Hear how this young entrepreneur has a vision for this business as well as more in the future on this weeks Powered By Her.
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JUN

Kori Edgington

Kori Edgington did not set out to own a screen printing business. She started by working at a family members shop. When the right opportunity came up, she decided to jump at it. And since, she has been running full speed ahead. Listen to her journey on this week's powered by her!
23
MAY

Tatum Hill

Tatum Hill did not dream of growing up to be an interior designer. As a little girl she just wanted to be a mom. She found joy in helping others design their home and decided to take the leap and open Tatum Hill Interiors. Listen to this weeks Powered By Her to hear how Tatum is able to live her dreams of being a mom and grow a successful business.
09
MAY

Amber Zaricor

Being around other entrepreneurs is inspiring. Amber Zaricor was working for a branding company when she met Kellie Fitzpatrick from Lenny & Eva (check out previous episode) who told HER story of starting a women's jewelry brand. Amber was so inspired that shortly after that meeting, decide quit her job in the middle of a meeting with no plan in sight. Find out how Amber started Copperheart Creative and hear how it is more than just a brand company on this week's Powered By Her.
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APR

Mary Mae Smith

Mary Mae Smith is a female founder who is driven to prove people wrong! Feeling like a former teacher did not believe in her artistic ability has made her one of the youngest guests on Powered By Her. Listen to this week's episode to hear how Mary Mae's passions as an artist lead her to open The Art Jam Cookeville.
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MAR

Becky Magura

Becky Magura, a hometown gal through and through, started at WCTE as one of their first employees. As a TTU student, she wanted to get her master's in communication and her professors gave her an amazing opportunity to intern with this new station was was opening. Fast forward a few years, now she is the President and CEO of the local PBS Station. She is an Emmy-winning producer and has been able to do it all from the comforts of Cookeville, TN.
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MAR

Rachel Knutton

Rachel Knutton knew she wanted to start her own marketing company in MedTech when she was first following her military husband around. She found she had some great skills for helping to market and sell medical products and technology to investors and the public. Recently, she pivoted her company to open Alluvia Studio right here in the heart of the Upper Cumberland and even has three employees! Hear how her journey has taken twists and turns on this weeks Powered By Her.

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