D CEO June/July 2021
She was 23 when she pioneered influencer commerce. Ten years and billions in sales later, she’s now upending the service industry with a new social impact venture.
She’s the first woman and first non-family member to take the helm of the $2 billion railcar company.
The longtime production company leader is rebranding her business as a full-service creative agency after more than 20 years in the business.
Technology, the pandemic, and patient preference are moving healthcare into residences, and cutting costs by as much as 30 percent.
We asked leaders at Texas Woman’s University, Lyda Hill Philanthropies, and Asian Mint who they’d like to share a meal with.
By Ben Swanger
Commercial Real Estate
The Jackson-Shaw president developed a passion for the sport while leading a ranch community project near Crested Butte.
In the middle of a rainforest between the Pitons and the bay, the Caribbean destination might be the “coolest place” you’ll ever go.
Juanita Craft was the first Black woman to vote in a Dallas County public election and went on to serve on the city council.
By Mariah Terry