Voting for the Enterprising Woman of the Year begins February 15, 2020, and all votes must be in by midnight on March 15, 2020. All EWs who graced our covers in 2019 are eligible to win. Read about them all...
Poppy Ann McGovern – Enterprising Woman February 2020
Tyra Brown McGary – Enterprising Woman January 2020
Bri Steilberg – Enterprising Woman December 2019
Erica Williams – Enterprising Woman November 2019
Enterprising Woman Michelle Lawson – October 2019
Enterprising Woman Tracy Gold – September 2019
Enterprising Woman Liza Ledet, DVM – August 2019
July 2019 Enterprising Woman: Ashlie Piediscalzo
June 2019 Enterprising Man: Larry Breazeale
May 2019 Enterprising Woman Taylor Alfonso
Hats Off 2019!
Waistlines Are Shrinking While Business Is Growing
Spirit Professionals: Winning by Building Character and Skills
Northshore Lending Group: Helping Pave the Path to Home Ownership
Ceasar’s Ristorante: An Authentic Italian Experience
April 2019 Enterprising Women-Tracy Petruccelli and Kristen Pouey
Cypress Pointe Growth A VISION FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW
La Salle and La Belle
A Private Haven With Exquisite Spaces
The Origins and Symbolic Meaning of Easter Egg Hunts
Fresh and Feisty Spring Flings
THE MOD SQUAD
Protecting Your Pets in the Summer Heat
Ponchatoula: Small Town. Big Happenings.
March 2019 Enterprising Women – Patti and Courtney Brondum
A Young Chef with a Bright Future
The Quest for Crabs
Fulfilling Changes Through A Thoughtful Redesign
Planning for Your Spring Garden
Corn, Crab, Shrimp and Poblano Bisque
La Petite Bohème – Spring Styles for Kids
St. Patrick’s Day Sensations
Spring Is In The Air In Madisonville
February 2019 Enterprising Woman-Jennifer Pacione
For the Love of All Things Art
Keeping The Spark In Your Marriage
A Rich Family Legacy Where Classic Meets Contemporary
How Does Your Winter Garden Grow?
Carnival the Covington Way
Je t’adore Romantic Fashion
The King of Mardi Gras
Mandeville Historic Walking Tour
Valentine’s Do or Dare
Go Red for the Women in Your Life
Magnificent Mardi Gras Mixers
A New Procedure for Weight Loss If You Have the Will, Surgical Specialists Has the Way
January 2019 Enterprising Woman – Dorothy Burroughs-Mchaney
New Year’s Resolutions Or Not
New Year, New Styles!
Tradition Reimagined: Bringing the Past Into the Present
A Rose By Any Other Name
We’ll Take A Cup O’ Kindness
Vote NSB January 7th
Call of Duty: Fighting Fires with Fierceness
Slidell Women’s Civic Club: A Rich History of Community Service
One Season Ends As Another Begins!
Changes for the Better
December 2018 Enterprising Woman – Ashley Edwards Sandage
An “Out of the Box” Holiday
For the Love of Pecans
A Welcome Home For All
Wrap It Up!
Making Spirits Bright!
Sparkle & Shine This Holiday Season
The Northshore’s Best
Holiday Happenings In Covington
Peter’s House: A Road to Recovery
Angels Grove Ranch: Second Chances and New Beginnings
The Northshore Humane Society in the Holiday Spirit
Calming Your Chemistry With Self-Compassion
November 2018 Enterprising Woman – Ingrid Rinck
A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER
Thanksgiving and the Beach
Suburban Location. Urban Thinking
Nature’s Pollinators in the Garden
Gather Tablescapes For All
Cooler Weather Hot Looks
Fabulous Fall Cocktails
Enriching Lives Through Art: The Vision of Joanne Gallinghouse
Mandeville Gets New Advanced Water Meters
Color Your (Business) World
Healing PCOS Naturally
October 2018 Enterprising Woman – Ashley Geoghegan, DVM, CVA, CVFT
September 2018 Enterprising Woman – Celeste Hart
August 2018 Enterprising Woman – Dr. Pamela Egan
Joanne Gallinghouse 1953-2018 – Well Lived. Well Loved.
May 2018 – Michelle Sierra
April 2018 – Gail Brown
March 2018 – Gayle Reuling
November 2017 – Shannon Comeaux-Brown, DVM
October 2017 – Pam Layton
September 2017 – Dr. Maria Carmen Wilson and Dr. Olga Fermo
August 2017 – Lorraine Hyde
July 2017 – Daniela Eversgerd
June 2017 – George R. Tucker, Esq.
May 2017 – Michelle White
March 2017 – Rebecca Lee
January 2017 – Ashley Bratton
June 2016 – Dr. Kevin Darr
February 2016—Stephanie Weeks and Brittany Welch
July 2015—Behind the Scenes – Cover Story
A Woman of Many Hats “You can have anything in life if you dress for it,” is the motto that Poppy McGovern shares with clients and it’s indicative of her own life story. Poppy is fearless in chasing her many...
Becoming the Star of Her Own Story It is a place where the lines of countless playwrights baring their souls have been performed and songwriters’ music of the heart has been laid at the audience’s feet. Amidst its lights, stages...
The stately oaks of Lewisburg reach out their limbs to shelter an unassuming sanctuary. Nestled among those enduring guardians, a schoolhouse emerges after a bend in the enchanting landscape. Through the front gate, a meditation labyrinth offers a path for...
Modern-Day Renaissance Woman In Leonardo Da Vinci’s day, those proficient in many fields were revered. Alongside of intelligence, these distinguished figures cultivated a warm personality, demonstrated philanthropy and thrived on freedom and diversity. Modern-day Renaissance woman Erica Williams upholds that...
Mastering Growth By Design Yin/yang represents a belief that everything in the universe consists of two forces that are opposite but complementary. That theme is reflected in Michelle Lawson’s story of creating a career that intertwines artistry with technicality, and also...
Family Rules When sitting down to interview Tracy Gold regarding her career as a family lawyer, the first thing she wants to talk about are her three wonderful sons and loving husband of 25 years, David. Although she adds a...
“Operating at the Next Level” “He’s been with me through everything. I adopted him during my first semester of vet school. We made it through four years at LSU School of Veterinary Medicine, several moves, the beginning and end of relationships,...
Her eyes light up as she watches her youngest son Jonah make his way through the welcoming boutique. He’s not yet two, so he totters and wobbles, sometimes making no forward progress at all. But she laughs and reaches out,...
Making Men Through Mentorship Today, Larry Breazeale has a prospering business, a happy family and a vision for the future, but that wasn’t always the case. As a boy growing up in Abita Springs, his life experience taught him that...
The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree. Now, Taylor Alfonso sits in the chic surroundings of her Stella and Grace Boutique recounting her journey so far. She points through the Robert Street display window, “I grew up right there...
A parade of empowered women smartly outfitted from head to toe, inspiring speakers with moving stories, and a bounty of bid-worthy auction items benefitting a supportive sisterhood all united at Sophisticated Woman’s Hats Off Luncheon, held on April 5 at...