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.
Redress Raleigh is an all-volunteer organization comprised of Committee Chairs and Committee Volunteers, an Executive Director, and Board Members. Below are bios on our wonderful Chairs. For descriptions on the Committees as well as info on current volunteer opportunities, visit our Volunteer page. Please also use that page to apply for any volunteer opportunities.
If you would like to contact a Committee Chair regarding something else, please fill out the contact form. Thank you for your interest in Redress Raleigh!
Communications Committee Chair
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 with a passion for sustainability.
After studying graphic design at N.C. State, Carrie returned for a second degree in tech communication, with a focus on science and the environment.
By day, Carrie is in communications at EPA's Office of Research and Development in Research Triangle Park. In her off hours, you'll find her searching for new sushi spots and chasing squirrels with her rescue dog, Daisy.
Advocacy Committee Chair
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 elements of the fashion world.
Morgan Lang initially got involved in Redress Raleigh through one of her marketing/PR clients, who sponsored the 2017 fashion show. She was impressed with the organization's mission and team and went on to join the logistics committee in 2018. Morgan is proud to stand behind sustainability in all walks of life, and is appreciative of the opportunity to continue to follow her passion in the nonprofit work.
Aside from volunteering with Redress Raleigh, you'll find Morgan working at Sweeney with exciting clients in the textile and tech industries, or hanging out with her beloved dog (and office mascot) Boomer. In her off time, she enjoys yoga, traveling and the outdoors.
Logistics Committee Chair
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Redress Raleigh is currently growing our nonprofit Board of Directors to include even more passionate, dedicated individuals willing to be active advocates, fundraisers, and advisers to the company. If you are interested in learning more about the expertise we are looking for and the expectations of the Board, please email the Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.