Christopher Reyes and Sarah Fleming are the minds behind LivefromMemphis.com. Celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, Live from Memphis is a great resource for creatives looking to connect, collaborate, and create. They create an online magazine, multiple webseries, live events, and various social media engagements.
They work on several projects around the Memphis area such as 60SecondsMemphis.com. Which gives Memphians 60 seconds to showcase their talents in front of the camera.
Follow them on Twitter: @LivefromMemphis
City of Memphis
Kyle is the Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of Memphis. He’s the Director of Revolutions Community Bicycle Shop in Cooper-Young. He’s on the Board of Directors for Bike Walk Tennessee.
Archer > Malmo
Darnell is an Account Manager at archer > malmo. Darnell is the 3rd Vice President of American Advertising Federation Memphis. Follow him on his personal site here.
Andre runs Innpowerment. Innpowerment is a firm that sees a need for affecting positive change in the Memphis metropolitan area. An inferiority complex, severe polarization, and antiquated practices are just a few areas we will look to change professionally, socially, and in the community. Educating our current and future workforce, developing businesses and organizations, and resource connectivity will be our primary focus.
Stinson Liles is co-founder of Red Deluxe, a Memphis-based brand development firm.Red Deluxe works with national non-profits (including the national American Lung Association, Youth Villages, and the national American Red Cross) to better align their brands with volunteers and donors. Additionally, the firm works with several local organizations, including the Memphis Grizzlies and Baptist Hospital, to help build brands that connect with audiences.
Red Deluxe is also deeply involved in the cause of public education in Memphis, and the company works relentlessly (on and off the clock) to promote the Memphis City Schools and its best-in-the-nation innovations, including Thinkshow!, the Memphis-based National Urban Education Center, and the Gates Foundation-funded Teacher Effectiveness Initiative.