Raven Douglas, who owns local copywriting and content-creation business The Douglas Draft, spends her days figuring out how to convey the messages her clients are trying to put out there. Recently, she let us peek inside her bag. See what we found.
by JFP Staff
Virginia Carter, who owns V. Carter Firm, is a storyteller. But her medium isn't necessarily in a physical story format. She helps companies rebrand themselves through their content, biography and identity, and she also tells stories through her art. Recently, Carter let us see what she keeps in her bag. Here is what we found.
by JFP Staff
Nicole Medrano knows what it takes to be a woman in a male-dominated field. She stepped into the role of executive chef at Saltine Oyster Bar in January, and recently, she became the executive sous chef at Seafood R'evolution at the Renaissance in Ridgeland. Let's see what this chef keeps inside her bag.
by Bryan Flynn
A basketball player in a white and orange jersey dribbles down the court, dodging opposing players. His blue and white sneakers squeak across the court, as his mentor looks on.
Two years ago, Lloyd Ross started D.I.D Hoopers as way of mentoring and giving a positive outlook on life to kids from ages 9 to 15 in Jackson. D.I.D., which is an Amateur Athletic Union traveling basketball team, now has 50 kids in the program, with seventh-, eighth- and ninth-grade teams.
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