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Trailblazers: Gilbert

The editorial team has a special attachment to our new series, The Trailblazers: Rewriting the Narrative, because so many of us feel that media portrayals of women have been too one dimensional. Today, women are doing incredible things in all fields – from science and technology to finance, law, business, athletics and more.  With the Trailblazers series, we hope to highlight and celebrate female role models, encourage more equal and just representation in the media, and help foster a more tight-knit community locally helping women find mentors, business partners, friends and more.

Below, you’ll find some incredible trailblazers from in and around Gilbert that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Hailey Reidhead

I would tell beginners to first, be patient with yourself because you’re learning something completely new! And second, don’t expect things to happen with no work, you have to put in the effort and practice. Every step of the way can be exciting if you have a positive attitude. Read more>>

Autumn Edrington

After her first class, she immediately knew she had found something absolutely life-changing. The spiritual connection to her soul was immediate and unwavering. She wanted more. As her practice continued to blossom, the roots she had been looking to put down were discovered within herself and her personal practice. Yoga was her home. Read more>>

Jessica Arrowsmith

And if I could give women advice throughout their own journey, it would be to remember to be gracious. To show yourself as much grace and you give others. To remember to surround yourselves with those who want more collaboration than competition. Because with over 7 billion people in this world, there is plenty of enough business for everyone. Read more>>

Blue Newswander

I immediately took to photographing my friends and family. Since I had an interest in this art for a while, I already had a Canon Rebel T3i. For the longest while, I wanted to be an elopement photographer and capture that intimate an untouched love. Read more>>

Tina Dudek

I have found the key, not to mention overtime, the confidence in moving through those tough times, it is taking one day, sometimes, one moment at a time… and realizing that a bad moment or day, doesn’t make a bad career. Read more>>

Kelsey Brown Crump

My advice to anyone thinking of joining the car business is to focus on the people aspect. Everyone needs a vehicle and everyone wants to feel confident about their decision. It’s all about just finding the right vehicle for each person. Keeping that at the forefront of my mind has always helped. Read more>>

Lisa Lewis

My team is made up of Hard workers as well. The phone is always on and ready to answer a call, email or text. No distance is too far to check out a home for an out of state client or to take a local client out for showings. There are never too many open houses to be sat or advertisements to be posted. Read more>>

Katie Fiore

If we make ourselves vulnerable and share our struggles, solutions, and successes, it benefits everyone! Whether it’s planning a trip, recovering after the loss of a loved one, infertility struggles, or fun things like gardening, I’m putting it all out there for others. Read more>>

Jordan Trudeau

I want my work to be something that they share with their family and generations to come; because of that, I want them to love every second of their video! I have done this from the very beginning & since then, have only had to make minor changes a few times to videos. Read more>>

Chelsey Curtis

My road feels more like a roller coaster most of the time… I’ve had heavy disappointments, we’ve experienced betrayal and business deals that have gone south. I used to get so down about it but I had to stop taking everything so personal. I always got so overwhelmed by the future. I always felt one step behind. Read more>>


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