Women in BusinessFeaturing women business owners in Prescott.
Leza has been on the air with a variety of Prescott-area radio stations and a TV station since 1993, taking only five years off to raise her two girls Dempsey and Delaney while her husband Scott held down the fort at Prescott Glass and Mirror. So it’s no wonder people recognize Leza by voice alone.
Since opening in September 2019, LazyG Brewhouse continues to check all the boxes as a “Prescott go-to” for locals and newcomers alike. From the outdoor pet-friendly patio park with entertainment stage, to subtle nods to family and brewery location history scattered throughout the venue, owners Jean-Marie Bellington and her husband Jim have redefined the brewing industry in Prescott and continue to pave the way to increase the level of awareness of the brewing profession.
Prescott Woman Magazine interviewed Cori King, Human Resource & Recruiting Manager for Findlay Automotive Group – Prescott Campus, and member of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce. We learned about how much she values personal connections.
Local business owners Cecilia Lookingback and Candace Devine believe that when women come together, authentically, they can achieve powerful results.
Since the two met, they have cross collaborated on many projects, sponsoring and promoting each other’s brands. The latest example of that: their brands will work together during the Pure Imagination Festival on May 20 in Prescott, alongside a lineup of other local businesses and partners.
The relationship Cecilia and Candace have developed is about an even bigger movement: women empowering women. Candace said she’d love to see businesses cross collaborate on a larger scale, choosing female-led partners to support one another.
Leanne Shearer believes she’s exactly where she is supposed to be, doing what she’s supposed to do: helping people change the trajectory of their lives.
“I show people how powerful they are,” said the lifestyle coach, who owns Anytime Fitness with her husband, “and how much information they have in their own bodies to find answers to perplexing challenges.”
To deliver her message to a broader audience, this past fall Leanne launched Undone + Uncensored, “a no-BS podcast that unravels life’s most complex issues.”
Prescott Woman Magazine chatted with Rebecca Horniman, the Operations Officer for Talking Glass Media, a Fain Signature Group, and a member of the Prescott Downtown Partnership, to find out what makes her enjoy Prescott and everything it has to offer.
Prescott Woman Magazine interviewed Linda Thein, Integrated Media Consultant at Great Circle Media and member of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce. We learned about how much she values family, freedom, and opportunities to grow.
Fallon’s Down Home Vintage, which opened on Gurley Street in 2021 and moved to a new location this month, at the corner of Granite and Willis Streets downtown (at 225 W. Willis). This spot, which Fallon called the store’s “forever home,” offers 4,000 square feet of space (almost doubling the store’s size). Through Fallon’s Down Home Vintage, Fallon and 10 other local women offer a collection of new, repurposed, and handmade items.
Prescott Woman Magazine chatted with Ariana Bennett, a Media Consultant with Sparklight Advertising, and a member of the Prescott Downtown Partnership, to find out what makes her enjoy Prescott and everything it has to offer.
Faye Humphrey is a font of truisms, passed down in the Deep South from her Irish immigrant mother who was illiterate yet full of common-sense quotations.
“I grew up hearing, ‘You can choose to be part of the problem or part of the solution,'” Faye related during a recent interview.
esa West is on a mission to teach people that learning CPR is important.
“When we understand how simple it is, and explain what happens to the body when we ‘push’ on the chest,” she said, “it is easier for people to comprehend because it makes sense.”
Prescott Woman Magazine interviewed Linda Killough, Operations Compliance Administrator for Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe and Yavapai Gaming Agency, Bucky’s and Yavapai Casinos and member of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce. We learned about how much she values family, freedom, and opportunities to grow.