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This month, Monthly invited local women in business, education, sports and the arts to discuss their work and how they define success. In their profiles, these Lowcountry influencers share advice and connect across a diverse range of expertise and industries. They discuss their obstacles, accomplishments, backgrounds, motivation and the people who have inspired them. From the owners of small family businesses to the team that leads Hilton Head Island High School, these local women have made a positive impact in the community. 

They are the leading ladies of the Lowcountry — women in charge who make Hilton Head and Bluffton better places to live. 

  1. BILLY WOOD APPLIANCE
    Brantley King is proof that hard work leads to big results

  2. SERG RESTAURANT GROUP
    Hospitality team focuses on giving back and continuing to grow

  3. ALLIANCE DANCE ACADEMY
    Rochelle Clarkson makes young dancers shine

  4. BENTON HOUSE
    Brandy Gray and Abby Boylston encourage perseverance and dedication

  5. ORANGETHEORY FITNESS
    Kelly Ogden knows fitness

  6. HERMAN & DAVIS
    Becky Herman and Monica Davis succeed together

  7. QUIET STORM
    Jamie Parker-Krause outfits the Lowcountry

  8. TONI LAROSE-GERKEN
    Top Producing Realtor in Bluffton, Sun City & Riverbend

  9. KRISTA DUNTON
    Golf teacher is at the top of her game

  10. CANTERFIELD OF BLUFFTON
    Susan Roberts raises the bar on senior care

  11. COASTAL LONG TERM RENTALS
    Laura Wuller says business success requires a solid foundation

  12. COASTAL RENTALS
    Jordan Young has keys to the island

  13. H&H AUTO
    Vicki Head, Dale Waters, Marcia McManamay and Tina Spano keep Hilton Head on the road to success

  14. HILTON HEAD HIGH SCHOOL
    One student at a time with Amanda O’Nan

  15. ROLLERS WINE & CHEESE IF YOU PLEASE
    Camille Copeland is excited about a new location