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Jacque Hillman is a senior partner in HillHelen Group Publishing Co., where her role is editing, interviewing, ghostwriting and designing for print, broadcast and online. She also creates social media and marketing strategies for clients nationwide. Jacque is the owner/designer of Reconfigured Art Jewelry, profiled in PBS “Tennessee Crossroads.” She is a Delta Leadership Institute Executive Academy alumnus, class of 2010-2011. Jacque is a past state president for Business and Professional Women of Tennessee and the 2018-2019 president of Jackson Area BPW. She is co-founder of the West Tennessee Artisan Trail which promotes artists and authors and co-founder of the Tennessee Woman Suffrage Heritage Trail promoting women's history. She's the winner of the West TN Healthcare Foundation's 2016 Award in the Arts, and the 2014 Sterling Award: 20 Most Influential Women in West Tennessee. She is married to Jesse G. Hillman.
Master storyteller and Madison County historian Harbert Alexander Sr. will entertain us with the characters and stories of West Tennessee at 7 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 3. on Zoom. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the […]
West TN Artisan Trail artisans will show and sell at the UT Summer Celebration Lawn & Garden Show 2016 on Thursday, July 14, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Did you know? Tim […]
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