Northwest Arkansas author turned a dream into her first fiction novel (and book series) for teens; The Mod Code. Learn her backstory.
Fayetteville businesswoman chases her dreams one cup at a time.
Read how Bentonville photographer, Ashton Rail, transformed a childhood hobby into a career.
Local artist, Jason Jones, has made a career of creating unique art in communities all over Northwest Arkansas.
Find out how Northwest Arkansas is now a part of the growing juice bar trend to support healthier lifestyles.
Find out how David Kersey keeps learning while helping others do the same.
David Kersey shares how he started his career making movies in Hollywood and what brought him back home.
The founders and owners of KYYA Chocolate, Rick and Cindy Boosey, are truly partners in everything they do.
Real estate developer Jeremy Hudson shares how his company promotes healthy community living.
NWA developer finds that success in real estate comes from vision, planning and continuous learning.
Bobby Dennis took skills learned in vendor community and translated them to restaurant ownership where he focuses on making people feel appreciated.
Misty Dennis is one half of a dynamic duo in the NWA business scene.
Find out how Alison Nail-Malone turned her passion into a career. Now she helps others who want to do the same.
Daniel Hintz is a man of many interests. By trade, he works to help downtown areas identify and promote their strengths. As a hobby, he tries to learn all he can about the ever-changing landscape of culinary arts, and he’s found a way to tie them both together.
Owner and founder of Propak, Inc., Clark has made a name for himself in the River Valley as not only an entrepreneur in a business sense, but also an entrepreneur for social change.
Natalie Tibbs is the executive director of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County. She is a registered nurse by trade and a busy mother of four, who leads a staff of 16 employees to care for victims of child abuse. When she was in nursing school, Tibbs knew that she didn’t want a traditional nursing role in a hospital or clinic setting, but she wasn’t sure what path her career would take.
When it comes to showing love for your community, Dana Sargent Schlagenhaft has it mastered. The Bentonville native is the founder of Hello Local, which is a gift boxing service operating out of Northwest Arkansas. Schlagenhaft says she created the business to help tell local stories and to encourage people to buy locally when considering gift options.
Aubrey Wood is a web designer in Northwest Arkansas, and owner of Websites by Aubrey. She is one of the creative thinkers in our area who is part of the growing trend of independent, self-employed or freelance professionals that make up the new work force.
Fayettechill continues to dig deep into Ozark culture for inspiration for apparel and gear, which sets it apart from many other outdoor retailers, both locally and nationally.