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Savannah Enoch is working on a master’s degree in occupational therapy at Tennessee Wesleyan University after obtaining her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Tennessee Technological University last December.

Tyroma Rigsby owns Lebanon Health Care Center, which provides primary care services as well as some aesthetic services like Botox and fillers.

Leola Boudreaux has been in residential lending since 1994. She currently works with Cardinal Financial in Mt. Juliet, which is also classified as a direct lender.

Leah Ledford’s wedding to Frankie Beech is planned for next month. She admitted that when it comes to planning, she’s a “stresser.”

Kayla Horvath has joined the family law firm of Kane & Crowell as an associate attorney. Horvath has worked with firm partners Angel Kane and Amanda Crowell since 2016.

Carolyn Moore is a family nurse practitioner at Charis, a not-for-profit health care clinic in Mt. Juliet.

Audrey Burger has taught inclusion classes at Winfree Bryant Middle School for the past nine years. She spent the previous 35 years of her career at Walter J. Baird.  

Jodi Haynes has worked as an emergency department nurse at St. Thomas West Hospital in Nashville for the past two years.

Casey Monette has called Lebanon “home” since age 2. As a Realtor at Blackwell Realty and Auction, and concurrently, a design specialist for Stewart Knowles Construction, Monette helps others make Wilson County their home sweet home as well.

Diana Haines is a program director with Wilson County Court Appointed Special Advocates. The Vanderbilt graduate has worked with CASA for a decade.

Lindsey Kingsbery is a medical aesthetician and said the best part of her job is making women feel confident in their own skin.

Dalila Cantrell is a team member at Beauty Boutique Salon & Spa in Lebanon where she gets to be a part of her client’s biggest moments.

Brenda Keith — “Nanna B” as many know her — is a lifelong member of First Baptist Church in Lebanon.

Wife. Mother. Attorney-turned-author. Andrea Clark Hagan juggles a full plate and maintains her sense of humor through it all.

Lenneke Driskill is an interior designer for Superior Construction and Design, owned by past Woman of Wilson honoree Elizabeth Scruggs, whom she called both “fierce” and “fabulous.”

Blaike Tomlinson White is a native of Wilson County. The cosmetologist, who works at AquaBella Day Spa and Salon, is a graduate of Lebanon High School.

Mitzi Smith is serving her third year as Assistant Principal of Gladeville Elementary; however, it is her 29th year in education.

Deanna Barnes has worked as the Human Resources Generalist for Certified Personnel at Wilson County Schools since July 17, 2017.