This is a very busy week for designer Sherry Ellis of Honey B's Boutiques. The Albany-native has been invited to Fashion Week in New York City as an up-and-coming designer.
Anna Smith is living her best life. She leads a mortgage team at PrimeLending in Saratoga Springs that's been nominated, "Saratoga's Best Lender."
Emrys Young is living her dream. She has a new restaurant, a second one opening soon and she just launched a new seasoning line. However, the real story is what it took for her to get where she is. When some said give up, she refused.
It's great to see a hometown person go big and succeed. Jené Luciani is one such woman but, some of you may already know her- if you shop on QVC or have tuned in to the Today Show.
If you said Antoinette Young was full of hot air, chances are she wouldn't get mad at you. That's because it's all part of her dream to make your celebration "pop!"
Many know boudoir as the picturesque-like photography once considered risqué. Today, it's considered art and more females like Lindsay Rae are behind the camera.
A year ago, Kimberly Jackson of Rotterdam had to quit her job because of cancer.
Lisa Good of Albany is a woman who meets people in their darkest hours after they've lost a loved one to violence. If it's hard to imagine how she musters up the courage to do such challenging work, her own story may provide some answers.
Most of us have worked at jobs that didn't excite us. However, finding the job that fuels our passion is what we're really looking for. For one Albany-area woman, it took quite a while but now she's sitting pretty with her own version of the Home Shopping Network.
Many moms would love to work from home to be there for their kids. It happened to Casey Dolan of Saratoga Springs, but only after she returned to the thing she loved as a teen. Now, she's rolling in the dough.
For most of her life, Brie Iannotti was defined by her athleticism. However in 2016 and 2018, her kids were born and the Amsterdam woman dived into motherhood.
Maleka Jenkins and Sheena Goodine say they rose up from personal experiences to write the books.
This year's crop of college grads may be leaving school with lots of debt, but in the end, we may be indebted to them. After college, some are taking on social causes and careers that change lives.
This weekend, students from RPI will graduate. Among those walking across the stage is a young woman who could have easily become a statistic because of the challenges she faced. Instead, she's a star on the court, as a volunteer - and in her quest for a better life.
If you don't live near a body of water or get to behold the beauty of nature, an area woman might be able to help you. Her portraits of nature are quite simply a sight to behold.
While Twilisha McClelland has had success outside of the Capital Region, there's still one celebrity she'd like to work with. Elaine Houston has her story.
As we give presents this holiday season, one woman hopes we also share the gift of forgiveness with each other -- especially those who have been locked up behind bars.
Capital Region women are helping young people who might one day change the country of Uganda. The group is already changing their village of Ddegeya. They are studying things helping them become a doctor, a travel agent, a fashion designer.
Marsha Miller still remembers how tough times were growing up in Western New York – and was always touched by the kindness of strangers and never forgot how getting a gift made her feel.
They were not as celebrated as the men, but their work behind the scenes made it possible for the men to fly off to war and defend our country in World War II. They were called WASP: Women Air Force Service Pilots.