Women in BusinessFeaturing women business owners in Prescott.
Featuring Modern Craft Tattoo and Soul Ride Bike Shop & Tap Room
Prescott Woman Magazine interviewed five women involved in S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) fields to find out what got them involved and why it’s important to encourage more women to explore careers in these areas.
At just 23, her passion for fitness, health and wellness went from idea to reality in what seemed like the blink of an eye when she opened All Athletes Welcome Gym in Prescott.
While MJ has many passions, from riding motorcycles to ballroom dancing, she said, “My true passion is teaching others how to connect and move together, and the importance of the mind, body, and human connections that are expressed through movement.”
Working from home has become the new normal in our modern-day workforce. According to the 2019 Annual State of Independence in American Report, 41 million Americans work as self-employed consultants, freelancers, contractors, and home-based business owners, as well as remote works and digital nomads.
Featuring Nikki Amato, Cate Wilson, Lisa Winter, and Diane Tripp
Featuring Roxane Nielsen, Jordyn Vixie, Tricia Irwin, and Darla DeVille
Women are running the Town of Chino Valley. Meet Maggie Tidaback, Town of Chino Valley Economic Development Project Manager; Cecilia Grittman, Chino Valley Town Manager; and Lorette Brashear, Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director
Featuring Sadie Sarti, Margo Christenson, Jennifer Herbert, and Gillian Haley
If you’re looking for personal, thoughtful gift options this holiday season, look no further than Armadilla Wax Works in Prescott Valley. Founded in 1971 by husband-and-wife team Denise Jenike and Kent Buttermann, this beautiful shop offers a wide variety of handmade candles, soaps, lotions, and unique art pieces.
Featuring Vanessa Evans, Sheri Shaw, Candy Hull, and Audra Yamamoto
When Jean-Marie Bellington and her husband Jim began searching for the perfect place to live in 2007, they had no idea their purchase of a commercial business in Prescott would lead to what has quickly become a rejuvenated spot for locals and visitors.
The craft beverage industry has no intent of slowing down throughout the US, and that includes right here in Prescott. In recent years, the town has seen local crafters staking claim— from Superstition Meadery on Gurley Street, to Granite Mountain Brewing on Cortez Street, to the newest Stoic Cider based in Williamson Valley.