Successful Wom*n: Tarot Reader and Ritualist, Sarah Adler

Sarah Adler is a Baltimore resident involved in the practice of tarot and spiritual rituals. I first met Sarah at an event she was leading on tarot, moon cycles, and manifestation rituals. Since then, we have become friends, working on projects and events together, continuing both of our practices in the spiritual realm. 

Successful Wom*n: Founder of Maryland Teacher Tutors, Natalie Mangrum

Natalie Mangrum is a teacher turned founder of Maryland Teacher Tutors, a tutoring company based in Baltimore, Maryland. Natalie and I met up for quesadillas and chatted about our ambitions, education, and our futures. Working on Successful Wom*n this past year has taught me the importance of a simple conversation and encouraging each others aspirations. … Continue reading Successful Wom*n: Founder of Maryland Teacher Tutors, Natalie Mangrum

Successful Wom*n: Co-owner of Keeper’s Vintage, Erica Bentley

Erica Bentley, co-owner of Keeper's Vintage, has been a staple in Baltimore vintage clothing for the past 5 years. Keeper's Vintage, located in the heart of Mt. Vernon, serves as a clothing destination as well as carrier of Baltimore business brands run by women and or people of color. Erica spoke with us in her … Continue reading Successful Wom*n: Co-owner of Keeper’s Vintage, Erica Bentley

Successful Wom*n: Founder of The Sugar Zine, Alexie Malloy

On a hot summer evening, Kirra and I chatted and photographed Alexie Malloy, founder of The Sugar Zine, based in Washington, D.C. Founded in 2017, The Sugar Zine "aims to produce content for all demographics ranging from pop culture to spirituality." We met up at Meridian Hill Park, a gorgeous park right in the city and … Continue reading Successful Wom*n: Founder of The Sugar Zine, Alexie Malloy

Successful Wom*n: Co-Owner of Wight Tea Co. + Founder of Society of Excellent Women, Brittany Wight

Brittany Wight, co-founder and owner of Wight Tea Company, spoke with us on a spring afternoon about being a wom*n in the business world. Started as a small business in Baltimore with her brother two years ago, Wight Tea Co. has become a recognizable brand throughout Baltimore. Brittany not only speaks to us about her brand, but about a group she started with friends called Society of Excellent Women, dedicated to forging new friendships. Brittany's drive to connect with people is evident in her work as tea business owner and host of events throughout Baltimore.