Beth Stewart

Co-Founder and Executive Director

Currently serving as Executive Director of Redress Raleigh, Beth Stewart engages with people to create new mindsets about fashion and encourages them to #GiveADamn through their own personal style. As a passionate advocate for a more environmentally and ethically minded fashion and textiles industry, she loves finding new ecochic designers to support and questioning the status quo of apparel production.

A strong believer that we all have a responsibility to make the world a better place, she also volunteers with organizations working with individuals with special needs or helping alleviate hunger.

Carrie Misenheimer

Graphic Designer

Carrie Misenheimer came on board as graphic designer before the first Redress fashion show in 2009, and is proud to be part of a community that gives a damn about responsible design in North Carolina.

After studying graphic design at N.C. State, Carrie rediscovered her inner nerd and returned for a master's in science & tech communication.

By day, Carrie is an environmental science writer with EPA's Office of Research and Development. In her off hours, you'll find her scoping new sushi spots and chasing squirrels with her rescue pup, Daisy. 

Albert Dinh joined Redress Raleigh with a passion to see fashion impact the world and individuals' lives in a loving way.

While acquiring his Accounting degree at NC State, he pinpointed his love for fashion after experimenting with other creative mediums. This passion has driven him to learn fashion design on his own while studying and relating fashion business with his management studies.

In the future, Albert hopes to see a growing market in fashion catering towards the love and comfort of consumers and those working in the industry. He looks forward to continually influencing the direction to this future.

Mary Fran Thompson

Web Content Manager

Mary Fran Thompson stumbled upon Redress Raleigh in search of a way to harness her web design skills for a higher cause. She is thrilled to be able to contribute to a nonprofit that combines her love of fashion, design and the environment.

Her background consists of a Bachelor’s Degree in English from N.C. State University and a Master’s Degree in Interactive Media from Elon University. She currently works as a Digital Designer at Windsor Circle in Durham.

When not tucked away in a nook behind her laptop, you can find Mary Fran volunteering outside, exploring nature on foot, with her nose in a book, a dog in her lap, or some sort of game controller in her hand. 


Gray Heath

Facebook Marketing Coordinator

Gray Heath found her way to the Redress Raleigh team with hopes to learn more about sustainability in the textile industry while pursuing her Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion and Textile Management at North Carolina State University.

In addition staying updated on the latest fashion news, Gray spends her time as the Assistant Marketing Manager of the College of Textiles’ fashion magazine, PackFashion, and on the Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management Student Advisory Board. She found her love of community service through endeavors such as receiving her Girl Scout Gold Award for writing and self publishing her own children’s book and serving as the Fundraising Co-Chair of the Zeta Beta chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. Redress Raleigh has given Gray the perfect opportunity to foster her passions through marketing for the greater good of the fashion industry.

Tandra Byrd

Community Outreach Event Planner

Tandra Byrd got involved with Redress Raleigh as a way to connect with the fashion conscious community in raleigh and surrounding areas. She is ecstatic to be able to connect her lifelong passion for fashion with a sustainable-minded nonprofit while embracing the community.

After obtaining her Bachelor's degree in Fashion Marketing and Management, Tandra began teaching high school as a Fashion Merchandise educator. Her keen interest in fashion combined with the opportunity to help the youth cultivate their futures in the industry was the ultimate attraction to enter the field.

Tandra is optimistic the opportunity with Redress Raleigh will allow her to help the nonprofit reach many communities. As well as increase her knowledge of the sustainability element of the fashion world.

Sara Jacobs 

Designer/Styling Coordinator

Sara Jacobs discovered Redress after searching for ways to get involved in the Raleigh area. She loves volunteering and is passionate about fashion and environmental sustainability. She hopes to utilize her experience with Redress to make positive environmental impacts and educate consumers about their purchasing decisions. 

She graduated from UNCW in December 2016 with a business degree in Finance and Economics.  During the day she works for Credit Suisse in RTP as a financial analyst. She is a provisional member of the Junior League of Raleigh and serves as Treasurer / Vice President of Membership for Delta Zeta Raleigh Alumnae Chapter. She spent her high school years as a dance major at a performing and visual arts high school and was a Member of UNCW's Dance Company throughout college. 

During her free time you can find her in a dance class, at the gym, or lounging by the pool.