Ashley Santana
Ashley Santana has a passion for interior design and has loved decorating for as long as she can remember. She earned her Bachelors of Art and Design from Towson University and has an interdisciplinary background in her field. After graduating, she got a job at Bradshaw Styling and couldn't be more delighted. She loves to explore new styles and techniques and grabs much of her inspiration from her love of art, traveling, and fashion. She finds a thrill in putting together the perfect space "on a dime" and mixing one of a kind pieces with greatly priced finds. In her free time, Ashley enjoys cooking and spending as much time outdoors as possible. Her dream is to travel to Europe and see as much of the world as possible, catering to her love of design, art, food, and nature.

"I think everything in life is art. What you do. How you dress. The way you love someone, and how you talk. Your smile and your personality. What you believe in and all your dreams. The way you drink your tea. How you decorate your home. Or party. Your grocery list. The food you make. How your writing looks. And the way you feel." 
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Christina Hernandez
Christina Hernandez is a native of Maryland who after a short stint in New Mexico is back on the East Coast and loving life in Baltimore.  Her love of fashion is reflected in her eclectic style and skill for mixing vintage and modern pieces.  Christina’s endless inspiration comes from the architecture of old buildings, New York in the 1970’s, and modern day runway and street style.  A bit of a foodie at heart, she loves finding great new restaurants or cooking thoughtful dinners for friends.  In her free time, she enjoys volunteering with the Junior League of Baltimore and planning for an upcoming vintage store. 

Staci Summers
Former fashion magazine advertising saleswoman, Staci turned her professional efforts to making the world a better place in 1995, serving Pittsburgh Habitat for Humanity as an AmeriCorps/VISTA doing fundraising and community leadership development.  She then went on to earn her master’s degree in international training and education with a focus on NGO management and participatory development from American University in Washington, DC.  Afterwards Staci was a consultant for the World Bank, product developer for Manaca Ecotravel and professional photographer in both DC and New York City. 
Now a wife and mother, Staci enjoys raising her children and focusing her volunteer efforts on her first love, building houses around the world with Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI).  A passionate advocate for crossing cultures and partnering with people in need, Staci uses her talents and skills as a Global Village Work Camp Leader with HFHI.  She’s traveled to 28 countries and has no plans of slowing down. 
 When she is not globe-trotting and collecting fodder for her contributions to Girl About Town, she enjoys her second favorite pastime, cooking and throwing parties at her home in Baltimore, MD.