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Learning to delegate will help you keep great people.  By Jenna Spencer If you search Google for the definition of a leader, you’ll find tons of answers. All of those answers have one root meaning: to lead others. A leader is...
This Local landscaper built her career from the ground up By Hannah Massen Melissa Brock is the perfect combination of “ California valley girl” and Southern belle. She has a brilliant smile, rarely has a blonde hair out of place, and...
This mental health professional is bringing a better way and a better life to people throughout the Lowcountry By Ellen Linnemann  When Dr. Stephanie Jamison-Void first “fell in love with the work of mental health” 28 years ago, she thought she...
As more people seek gourmet in-home dining experiences, personal chef Lynn Michelle leads her business into the future By Ellen linnemann Since launching her personal-chef business, Chef Lynn Michelle, also known as The East Coast Chef®, has been bringing delicious in-home...
Women entrepreneurs heat up Hampton County’s growing business community By Hannah Massen Hampton County has become a hub for women-owned businesses, thanks to the widespread drive for economic development and a new business incubator in downtown Hampton. Despite the pandemic, several...
This director helps provide comfort and dignity to end-of-life patients and their families By Hannah Massen When people ask James Dismond, director of business development at Hospice Care of the Lowcountry, how he feels about working in hospice, his answer is...
CEO secrets to success. By Leslie T. Snadowsky Striving to be productive takes more than just hanging a Vince Lombardi motivational poster in your office. You need to focus on how best to focus, and these five CEOs have cornered the...
From summer job to spearheading the SERG Restaurant Group’s continued growth. By Ellen Linnemann What started as a summer restaurant job on Hilton Head Island while a student at Miami University of Ohio turned into something far more over the past...
From Home Depot’s First-Ever Woman Vice President of Merchandising to One of the Lowcountry’s Top Wildlife Photographers. By Ellen Linnemann Sophia Schade’s rise to become Home Depot’s first-ever female vice president of merchandising in 2001 is a true testament to her...
A passion for helping startups and watching legacies be built. By Ellen Linnemann With a background in marketing, Jess O’Brien has worked with companies of all sizes – from small businesses to national franchises. But it was her experience of being...