Meet our City Guide Editors! These local Women Wellneurs share their healthy picks and female forward finds [updated quarterly].
Tammy Stokes | Atlanta
Tammy is the Founder & CEO of Cafe West Express, a healthy eating cafe & a whole food cleanse company. She is a Wellness Entrepreneur and Author who has lived in Atlanta for over 25 years.
Hanah Vissepo | Chicago
Hanah has a deep love for Chicago that gets her through the frigid Winters. She has lived in Chicago for several years, exploring the different neighborhoods with her husband and two dogs.
Matney Gaddy | DC
Matney lives in the DC Area with her husband, 2 kids, and 2 dogs.
Lindsey Laurenzi | Memphis
Lindsey is a born and raised Memphian with a passion for health and wellness. She owns Pure Barre East Memphis & Germantown and CYL Sauna Studio.
Nancy Giftos | Detroit
Nancy is a busy single mom and owner of Sticky Be Socks, an athletic apparel company whose mission is to guide people to live an active lifestyle with wellness at the core. She is passionate about the power of giving and uses her company to serve a greater purpose, donating socks to causes like Chords2Cure, Baby2Baby & Detroit Downtown Boxing Gym, where her mantras provide motivation and support to those fighting health battles.
Marni Rosenthal Chaikin | LA
Kady Decker | Nashville
Nashville native and Pure Barre owner of 11 years. I love fitness and my golden retriever.
Annie Locke | Louisville
Annie Locke, owner of Cyclebar Middletown Station, Louisville, KY, is an accomplished triathlete and marathoner; a fitness, cycling, and aerobics professional who for over 30 years has trained thousands of area residents—from beginners to elite athletes—to achieve and surpass their fitness goals. Annie, founder and former owner of Power Moves, has graced the covers of numerous magazines and publications and has worked with professional trainers throughout the nation. She is the former co-owner of Pure Barre Summit, Louisville, KY, has taught and trained clients and instructors for Pure Barre for the past ten years. As a fitness instructor at Baptist East Milestone her classes were waiting list only every week, month, and year for 14 years.