Some organizations are led by talented hardworking women. The Sandbox was founded by them. It was a group of moms who gifted the island with The Sandbox 16 years ago, creating a place where kids could learn and grow through structured play. Today, women still lead the way at the Sandbox, both as president of the board and working one-on-one with the children and families.
Intriguing People of the Lowcountry
Distinctive Granite and Marble has cultivated a 28-year-long reputation for quality and service, producing exquisite products for homes and businesses across the Lowcountry since 1994. While it was founder John Antunes whose vision created DGM, it is the talented staff including its two leading ladies pictured here who are carrying that reputation for excellence into the future.
At the intersection of art and science, Hilton Head Dermatology represents a cutting-edge approach that offers unparalleled care for medical treatments and cancer detection as well as cosmetic product and services to treat your skin. It’s a philosophy that goes far more than just skin deep, and it’s executed to perfection by the practice’s leading ladies.
Carolina Veterinary Critical Care
Any pet owner will tell you that by and large your furry friends don’t spend too much time worrying about your schedule. And we all know emergencies can happen at a moment’s notice, anytime day or night. So when there’s an emergency involving your pet, it almost never strikes during normal business hours.
The human residents of the Lowcountry are famous for the love and care we show our pets. So, you know we know exactly where to take our furry companions to keep them healthy and vibrant. For decades Coastal Veterinary Clinic has shown the area’s pets just as much love as we do, guiding them to better health with care and expertise.
There’s a certain vision one has of running their own restaurant, one which rarely intersects with reality. They see themselves sampling the cuisine, straightening napkins, hobnobbing with guests and soaking in the atmosphere they’ve created. They rarely see themselves calling a plumber during a dinner rush because a pipe has broken, bussing tables because someone called off sick, answering phones while trying to figure out where table six’s appetizers went.