The Neurologist

When Tenbit was a teenager, her family immigrated to the United States from Ethiopia. The political state of the country was uncertain and her dad wasn’t safe because he was a journalist. So, her family of 8 moved to the U.S. and settled in South Minneapolis. One of the biggest cultural shifts for Tenbit was…

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The Pediatrician

As a young girl, Dr. Sonja Colianni was always drawn to helping younger kids, and worked as both a babysitter and a nanny when she was a teen. She loved school, didn’t mind homework, and knew she wanted to be a pediatrician from the 3rd grade on. There was never any question in her mind…

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The Minimalist

Laura is the first woman I’ve worked with that truly adheres to a curated, minimal wardrobe. She’s dedicated to classic pieces and a neutral color palette. Seasonally, she adds a pop of color to her neutral palette. In the spring, it’s pink. In the winter it’s red.

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Dress (like a boss).

From the very beginning, dressing well was important to Mary. She remembers saving up for a pair of Guess jeans – splitting the cost with her parents. Their family didn’t have much money, and she was frustrated by the fact that she couldn’t simply dress exactly the way she wanted. But she had to have the jeans – and she made it happen.

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