Women of PrescottFeaturing local women in their element
Out to Lunch focuses on the story of two lifelong friends (played by Toni Tennille and Julie Cargill). A skeptical server skirts the conversation with her reluctance to become involved in their discussion about the evolution of woman.
Candace Lea specializes in supporting people. Radiating warmth and kindness, Candace is the Program Manager for Catholic Charities’ Therapeutic Foster Care Program—work that is close to her heart.
Inspired by Vanity Fair but with the Prescott vibe we all love.
Gabrielle Williams is one of those behind-the-scenes people who quietly put the pieces together to (quite literally) run the show. She’s the General Manager of Prescott’s Picture Show movie theater and has been with the company for six years now.
It’s hard to walk into The Purple Cat used book shop without feeling at home. And that’s just the way owner Shari Graham likes it.
Debra Begay Vaughan is a proud tribal leader living in Prescott. Her life is steeped in culture and tradition and she has dedicated her time to keeping her people’s beliefs and way of living alive. Born in Phoenix, Debra is a tribal member of the San Carlos Apache Nation and half Navajo-Keyonnie.
During its 15 years in Prescott, Foot Fetish has striven to create a personalized experience for every shopper who walks through the doors. Originally a shoe boutique, the store has expanded to become a popular clothing and accessory shop, as well.
Owner Loretta Casden said the store’s recent move from its original home in downtown’s Bashford Courts to the Prescott Gateway Mall “has brought about an amazing season of growth.”
As the Sales and Marketing Coordinator for COPTO, Ann works with travel trade and media professionals—including travel agents, tour operators, meeting planners, sports commissioners, social media influencers, and travel writers—to develop and implement campaigns and initiatives designed to increase tourism.
Prescott yoga instructor finds hope and sense of self through her practice, and strives to share what she’s gained By Katie Chatham Prescott yoga instructor Katie Chatham says yoga has truly transformed her life. At a time when she was struggling and nothing brought...
Elisabeth (Bette) Friedrich was a medical student finishing her junior year at the University of Cincinnati when she met Prescott native Lester Ward (Budge) Ruffner, a recent graduate of the University College of Mortuary Science. The die was cast. The two became...
Karen VanBarneveld says “W.T.F” (What the Food?) with her upcoming docuseries W hen Karen VanBarneveld saw her children and grandchildren developing food-related illnesses, she knew she had to take action, get educated and share what she learned with others. That’s...
Although Helene Schaffer’s life experiences have been varied, there’s one thing she knows for sure: she has genuinely loved what she’s done.
Helene, the Operations Supervisor of National Bank of Arizona in Prescott, is set to retire August 31, after nearly twenty years in the banking industry. When she does, she’ll celebrate by doing more of what she loves: spending time with her family and continuing to