Caitlin McCurdy-Robinson has dedicated her entire career toward helping others. As owner and physical therapist at Inner Strength Physical Therapy, she specializes in providing patient-focused physical therapy care for orthopedic and pelvic health conditions. Knowing the effect these conditi…

Kate Strickler helps parents bring joy, ease and freedom into how they feed their family. Every day, she shares recipes, kitchen hacks, and once in a while, some sweet dance moves, with an online community of more than 93,000 followers on Instagram (@naptimekitchen). Oh, and she does it whil…

Jenny Fisher is a local fitness influencer and entrepreneur that has inspired thousands of people through her online community (@fitfishmom) by sharing empowering messages of body positivity and strength. As if that doesn’t sound like a full-time job in itself, she also works as a medical te…

Claire O’Bryan is a nurse practitioner and founder of DabbleCo —an online community and podcast built on helping navigate what’s trending versus truth in the areas of health, wellness and beauty. She’s also co-founder of The Skin Clique, a concierge aesthetics company that offers medical-gra…

Jessie Lipscomb is an illustrator, blogger and Autism advocate. She started her blog Momma Lips, Herself during her first pregnancy in 2016. Since then, her oldest son has been diagnosed with Autism, and it’s become an outlet to record her experiences. She recently rediscovered her love of a…

Katherine McDonald is a creative entrepreneur running businesses: LulaKate, Kate McDonald Bridal, and James + Hudson. Her work with LulaKate and Kate McDonald Bridal provides beautiful gowns, dresses, and veils. James + Hudson is a niche business that creates custom printed face masks for an…

Mandy Corbett is a Registered Nurse for Roper St. Francis, a previous front-line worker in the COVID-19 unit. Mandy now floats between Roper's four hospitals to assist wherever she is needed. She resides in Hanahan with her husband, Bryan, and three children - Harper 8, Charlee 6, and Emerson 2. 

Cory Chewning is a busy mom of three kids: Clayton, 7, daughter Charlie, 5, and son Colby, 10 months. She's passionate about the environment and practicing what she preaches. That's why she jumped at the chance when she was recently chosen as one of 10 women from around the world to take par…

Michelle Harris has had a long career of juggling it all with ease. She's the former owner of the wildly successful Cafe Medley on Sullivan's Island and mom to three small children, twin girls Mimi and Liv, 5, and son Ty, 4. Friends love her for her sense of loyalty and adventure. Before bec…

Before Dana Matheson became mom to Alex, 9, Ryan, 8, and Jane, 5, she was a teacher working with children with autism. And it's this patience and passion for being a good role model to her children that makes her our February Mom of the Month. She's an introvert by nature who spends any down…

For mom Sarah Condon, life has come with its share of hardships. Condon's second child Bennett, who would have been 6 this year, died soon after birth in 2012. But Condon remains focused on the positive and her family, which includes her husband Craig and Madison, 8, Miles, 5, and Morgan, 3.…

For Georgia Nettles, twin mom of 5-year-olds, life isn’t just about getting it all done; it’s about enjoying the ride. Georgia is a mom, wife and a full-time realtor with Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty. When she’s not balancing her busy life, she loves all things horses and ha…

When it comes to balancing it all, Francie Austin, a mom of four and deputy attorney for the City of North Charleston doesn’t take much credit. “People ask me how I do it all. My answer is simple: I don't. I am extremely blessed to have my mom and my mother-in-law who are involved daily and …

Caroline Elise Byrd, mom to 10-year-old Mason, has been fighting the good fight in her 15 years with United Way. She’s passionate about her work as the Vice President of Resource Development at Trident United Way and she wants her young daughter to understand that she’s lucky not to have str…

Melissa Nelson has been defying medical odds for years. She has a rare and incurable cancer that is managed by medication, which is the good news. But the bad news is that she was told for years that having biological children would threaten her life. Today, the Mount Pleasant mom to 4-year-…

Bobbi Gayle Brown Flannery of Summerville is profoundly interested in ensuring that our children have the best foundation possible in which to thrive. That’s why the wife and mother of daughter Margaret, 6, and son, Owen, 4, thinks that parenting, especially before age 6, is one of the most …

Mom to 12-year-old daughter Ava Smoak and newborn son Will, Amber Aument went back to school to become an architect while a single mom. Since then, she hasn’t let her busy career as an intern architect at Heather A Wilson Architecture keep her from developing a rich relationship with her you…

Being a first-time mom is an adjustment, but try owning and operating your own business on top of it. Combined with her all around kindness and generosity, that’s exactly why Lisa Abernathy has been selected as our November Mom of the Month.

Being a first-time mom is an adjustment, but try owning and operating your own business on top of it. Combined with her all around kindness and generosity, that’s exactly why Lisa Abernathy has been selected as our November Mom of the Month.

A wife, mom, small-business owner and community volunteer -- it’s hard to believe Tiffany Hicks has the same 24 hours in a day as the rest of us. A professional photographer by trade, owning her own business allows Tiffany to pursue her creative passion while having a schedule flexible enoug…

Kristin Varn of Mount Pleasant is passionate about kids. As a pediatric occupational therapist, she helps kids with developmental disorders and disabilities to develop life skills in both home health and school settings. By starting her own therapy company, Kristin is able to strike a work/l…

Kimberly McFadden, 31, of Moncks Corner has made it her life's mission to raise awareness about children with autism and special needs. In her role as an advocate, the stay-at-home mother draws on personal experience.

Emily Guerrero of Mount Pleasant is director of a nonprofit immigration legal services office, as well as a happiness blogger at hellobliss.net. She and her husband, Jamie, have two kids, Graham, 9, and Lucy, 7.

Charlene V. Lemon of Summerville has put her love of cooking and menu planning to good use. A long-time employee of the Charleston County School District, she now serves as child nutrition manager at R.B. Stall High School in North Charleston. Charlene is known for her strong work ethic, and…

Penny Sharp of Summerville is known in her community as an advocate for adoption and children with special needs. She and her husband have adopted three children from China.