Hannah Callaway is a seasoned marketing and communications professional dedicated to developing strategic content to positively expand the reach and reputation for the brands she serves. In her role as the director of marketing and communications for Reynolda House and Reynolda Gardens, Hannah is responsible for creating and implementing all marketing and communications activities for Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Reynolda Gardens and the Reynolda brand. Prior to Reynolda, Hannah served as the associate director of digital media for the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA). At UNCSA, Hannah oversaw comprehensive digital strategy including content development, website enhancements and optimization, social media outreach and feature story development for the university’s magazine, Scene. Hannah has also worked in communications and social media management for Salem Academy and College and Market America, Inc. She has a bachelor’s degree in communication studies with a minor in English from Appalachian State University. Hannah lives in Advance with her husband, Brandon, and enjoys traveling, cooking and learning French in her spare time.
Sarah Diamont earned her bachelor’s degree in communications from Appalachian State University. She’s spent the last six years of her career at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist. Sarah was the social media manager for Wake Forest Baptist Health for five years before taking a position in the Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Relations in 2021, where she is the campaign and communications manager. “I love being in a position where I can share the impact our donors and community have on our patients and families,” she said. “As a non-profit organization, we rely on donations; they allow us to provide high-quality care, conduct lifesaving research and offer leading medical education.” Most recently, Sarah lead the marketing efforts for the inaugural SummerLark benefit concert in Bailey Park. “The event benefited our Cancer Patient Support Program, and the goal is to ensure No One Faces Cancer alone,” said Sarah. “I am honored to be a part of a team that brought this event to our community for a wonderful cause and for the communities support to make it happen.” In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Sam, and daughters, Collins (5), Ella (1) and cockapoo, Lilly. “We enjoy time spent at the pool, river or beach,” said Sarah. “And, we love a good dance party in the kitchen.”
Alexia Mitchell is the owner of Reset and Heal, LLC which was founded after her mother unexpectedly passed from Covid in 2020. “My life immediately halted and shifted when my mother transitioned,” said Alexia. Reset and Heal’s mission is to fill organizational and industry gaps as it relates to wellness and mental health. Alexia is a therapist, yoga teacher as well as a certified birth worker. She also has a master’s degree in social work. She is passionate about destigmatizing mental health in the minority community by providing therapeutic groups, camps and workshops. Healing looks different for everyone, and Reset and Heal share healing space in different facets and ways. Additionally, it provides advocacy as it relates to black maternal health. Black women are three times more likely to die from a pregnancy related issue than any other race. In her spare time, Alexia enjoys going to local coffee shops, specifically ByGood Coffee, getting massages, shopping at local boutiques, supporting small businesses and being an active volunteer in her community. She loves spending time with her husband, Hasani, and her three children, Khristian, Hasani, Jr. and Kai.
April Mullenaux is the owner of April Mullenaux Real Estate with RE/MAX Realty Consultants. After retiring from her career as a registered dental hygienist, April wanted to start her own company in the Real Estate Industry to help buyers and sellers combat this challenging market. April’s business has been very successful in a short period of time. She set the record in her office her first year, thus receiving the rookie of the year award out of nearly 300 agents. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, cake decorating, sewing, interior/exterior home design and setting up free client events to give back to her community. April also enjoys teaching classes at her company and surrounding real estate firms to give back the knowledge she has received. April served time on the Agent Leadership Committee helping to lead her office in the new technology launch in 2020. She also enjoys spending time with her fur babies, Benny and Frank.
Victoria Parrish is the founder and owner of Lashtastic Lounge, a business with a mission to bring the inner beauty that each woman who walks through the Lashtastic doors embodies to their own awareness. “Lashtastic Lounge began from a desire to create a space for women to express their feminine side fully and unapologetically,” said Victoria. “Modern-day women are tasked with so much from being the center of home life to providing for their families in emotional, spiritual and often financial needs, and on top of all of that – we’re supposed to also exude femininity. Each woman is unique in how her beauty is expressed, and the results-driven services provided here at Lashtastic Lounge allow each and every single woman to unleash her own unique femininity.” Victoria also strives to help out her local community through her business. “We love to give back in any way possible,” said Victoria. “We have been a sponsor for local elementary schools, doing giveaways for them as well. We are partnering with the Bright Beginnings Program through the Chamber of Commerce in Kernersville for local schools to have the supplies they need. We have partnered with The Beauty of Hope – where they donate 10% of revenue to help fight against human trafficking. Every year, we host a charitable donation for the local Women’s Shelter, having fun giveaways for our clients to partake in.” And, this is just the beginning. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys spending time with her supportive husband and her two children, 5 and 3.
Kim Lewis is the owner of Lillie Dimple, a matching family apparel brand that helps moms create memories with their kids. “I create unique t-shirt designs and offer them in around 20 different colors, all available in sizes from infant to adult 4XL,” said Kim. “I make the shirts to order all in a 10×10 room in our house, with help from my husband and our two sons. Lillie Dimple shirts are perfect for announcing a new baby, a mommy and me trip to the park, or to celebrate a birthday. We make the shirts, so you can make the memories.” Kim is a corporate manager turned entrepreneur who has created a successful e-commerce business in the midst of a global pandemic. “I’ve been forced to be innovative, creative and push my own limits in order to enter and succeed in a new space, relying on research and knowledge transfer from my newfound friends in the industry,” said Kim. “In my spare time, I enjoy going to the pool, watching my son, Lennox, work on his taekwondo, or my oldest son, Justice, play basketball. I also enjoy hanging out with family and traveling.”