Netflix Co-Founder Marc Randolph Continues to Innovate
In 1997, Marc Randolph co-founded Netflix with current CEO Reed Hastings. If his name doesn’t ring any bells, don’t be alarmed. Marc is a humble, but charismatic entrepreneur who isn’t motivated by fame or fortune. By the time he started working on Netflix in the late ’90s, he already had experience with five other start-ups. In 2003, Marc left Netflix to pursue other ventures. Read More . . .
Jessica Knox’s Point of View
At the age of eight, Jessica Knox’s father bought her a pink film camera. Jessica was now a photographer. She grew up in Washington D.C. and Charlotte, NC. “My craft as a photographer is this continuous quest to recreate the scenes and visions I have in my mind and capture them with my camera,” she says. Read More . . .
Sara Crutcher and Kayse Small’s Body-Positive Lingerie
Sara Crutcher and Kayse Small set out to make a difference in women’s lives. They’re co-owners of Le Boudoir, a lingerie boutique that specializes in expert bra fitting. They set up shop in Middleburg, Virginia, a town that is known as “the heart of horse and wine country.” Kayse and Sara make sure their customers leave their shop feeling confident and well-cared for. Read More . . .
Valerie Cassel Oliver: What Does Art Say About Us?
Valerie Cassel Oliver’s profession as an art curator was not something she consciously knew she would end up doing. Through her interest in learning and growing, she found herself working in the high art world, a place not often associated with people of color. Now, as the Sydney and Frances Lewis Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA), Valerie finds herself in a position that allows her to bring a more inclusive and diverse perspective to the art world. Read More . . .
Nancy Redd Stands Tall
Nancy Redd’s talent lies in creating and discussing the stories that no one else is telling. She’s a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author, born and raised in Martinsville, Virginia. “I still consider it home, even though 14 years ago, I moved to Los Angeles to support my husband, Rupak Ginn’s, acting career,” she explains. “It was a great decision, but I missed my mommy every single day!” Read More . . .
Chef Karin Morgan
Banana Pudding Cake
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Morija Arts Centre: Recognizing Creativity Around the Globe
Each month we highlight a community program that aligns with the values of SoulVision Magazine. We believe engaging with one’s community is critical to fostering positive change in the world. For our November issue, we highlight the Morija Arts Centre and its arts education program. The Morija Arts Centre is located in Morija, Lesotho—a small, mountainous country located inside South Africa. Read More . . .
Entertainer, pioneer, and trailblazer Queen Latifah has been on a roll lately. She continues to use her voice to promote positive societal and political change. This past October, she visited Richmond, Virginia, to host the Women’s Achieve Summit. The summit celebrated 400 years of women’s achievement in Virginia. She sent a powerful message to the 1,400 attendees: women and girls have the power to change the world. Read More . . .
Thanks to our readers, it has been a great year for SoulVision Magazine. Your sharing and spreading the word about SoulVision Magazine has helped us to expand our global reach. In this issue, we continue with our new cover format. The lead story about Marc Randolph and how he co-founded Netflix is a must-read. Read More . . .