Author Emily Giffin was among those included in a prestigious group of accomplished writers labeled "Atlanta's literary society" in a Vanity Fair spread.
11Alive's Melissa Long interviewed Dr. Hayley Murphy as she gave 11Alive an exclusive look behind the scenes at a top job at Zoo Atlanta.
Cassandra Connors founded Bella Bag, which sells "pre-loved" authentic luxury handbags.
Good founded Little PINK Book as part of her mission to help other
women find professional success and pursue their true passions.
Since long before it was trendy, Atlanta artist Kathleen Plate has been upcycling, or repurposing old stuff into something new. For twenty years, Kathleen Plate has been creating custom jewelry out of soda, wine, beer and salad dressing bottles in her Atlanta studio.
An Atlanta mother-of-three and medical doctor has created a device to make childhood trips to the doctor's office more bearable. Reflecting on all of the hard work and sacrifice with starting a business, Dr. Amy Baxter says, "It's like labor, you forget the pain."
A year's worth of work goes into the annual Taste of Atlanta festival where success is defined by everyone eating--except for one person.
Jenny Levison boasts three restaurants, two self-published cookbooks and 12 appearances on the Today Show. She shares the secrets of her success.
Kat Cole became president of Atlanta-based Cinnabon at age 32. She credits a strong work ethic for her many successes.
Atlanta native Dana Spinola turned her lifelong passion for fashion into a profession and opened her first clothing boutique, fab'rik. Now she has 21 boutiques and franchises.
An ambitious young journalist created a documentary about a choir spreading music and hope in Africa -- and beyond.