Summer Suleiman is a health writer and blogger who began her journalism career with CNN. She returned home to New Orleans in 2013 to recover, after she was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease. Her doctor recommended that she eliminate fatty foods from her diet, and abstain from alcohol. So, what did she do? She moved to New Orleans. In Summer in the City, she writes about her experience living healthy (or trying to) in a city best known for its fabulous (unhealthy) food and debauchery. You can read about her journey saying no po'boys and Sazeracs, and yes to kale and juicing at www.HealthySummer.me or on Twitter @summersuleiman.
Arielle Jordan is a native New Orleanian and the founder of DreamStarter, a new “social chat-work” that allows users and experts to connect in real-time chat rooms around specific problems, topics, and goals. Summer Suleiman talks with Arielle about her tips for struggling entrepreneurs. Read More »
Brent McCrossen, founder/CEO of Audiosocket outside of his office in the Central Business District of New Orleans (Photo provided by: The Distillery) In February 2016, Brent McCrossen was driving to the office after dropping his son off at school ... Read More »
Some people are born entrepreneurs. They are energized by the risk and thrill of starting something new. They are attracted to the unforeseen challenges of starting a company. They are excited by experimenting, building and pivoting. Before they ... Read More »
Being an artist in New Orleans can look easy to the untrained eye, and Rebecca Rebouchè and Summer Suleiman talk about what bring motivation to Rebecca and creates a sharp focus in her life. Read More »