About Us

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Our Team

Our History

Our History

Our nonprofit team, led by CEO/Executive Director Dr. Beth Beck, is passionate about creating opportunities for small business women to gather around shared interests within their fields of expertise, while cross-pollenating ideas across different creative guilds. Photographer Aimee Woolverton manages the photography studio services at MillHouse and the Cotton Mill. Artist and Jeweler Dana Brock manages the MillHouse Gallery, ArtFest, and Open Studio events. Yogi Megan Huff leads the wellness journey. 

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Our History

Our History

Our History

Based on the groundbreaking work by our sister nonprofit, MillHouse Foundation, we formed MillHouse McKinney, a 501 (c)(6) nonprofit business league, to organize shared business interests of small business women in creative fields, and to improve awareness and business conditions within the local community. MillHouse McKinney offers women a creative co-work space and dedicated studios to pursue and practice entrepreneurship through art, photography, wellness, and other creative fields.

Princilla Moore, founder of Delighted to Doula, working at her favorite MillHouse desk.

Our Space

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Our Space

MillHouse McKinney operates a 6000 square foot membership-based creative co-work space at the Cotton Mill, featuring shared living room spaces, private studios; kitchen and coffee bar; well-equipped photography and wellness studio; art gallery; client meeting space; and two outdoor patios. Members lead and participate in daily programming designed to foster connections and collaborations, resources sharing, skills development for small business women in creative, entrepreneurial fields.

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