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Learn More About the Women Who Run HGTV

These talented female hosts are the backbone of HGTV, and we love celebrating them every day.

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HGTV's Female Powerhouses

It's no secret that HGTV's roster includes some of the best women in the home renovation business. These designers, real estate agents, entrepreneurs and mothers really do it all. Our dynamic female hosts contribute knowledge, wit and grit to each and every episode they star in, and we're here to celebrate them. Ahead: Learn more about these hardworking women. Whether they're newer to the network, or have been on air for more than a decade, these powerhouses will inspire you.

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Alison Victoria

Chicago-based interior designer Alison Victoria is best known as the host of Windy City Rehab, but she's made plenty of appearances (perhaps a record-breaking amount) on other HGTV shows, including Battle on the Beach (her team won Season 2), Ty Breaker and Season 1 of Rock the Block. Before making her way to HGTV, she starred in DIY Network’s Kitchen Crashers, establishing herself as a must-watch TV personality. She's the queen of glamorous, modern designs and posesses a remarkable work-hard, play-hard perspective on life.

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Chelsea Houska DeBoer

Chelsea Houska DeBoer has been an inspiration to young women and moms all over the world since her debut on MTV’s Teen Mom 2. Now, she has more than 6.5 million followers on Instagram and her own HGTV show, Down Home Fab. Guiding clients through the renovation and design process is time-consuming as it is, but Chelsea and her husband Cole DeBoer are also raising four kids, managing their home goods brand, Aubree Says, and taking care of their farm animals.

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Christina Hall

Real estate and design expert and author Christina Hall has made a name for herself on HGTV, starring in HGTV’s Flip or Flop and Christina on the Coast over the years. Since then, this wonderwoman has moved across the US to expand her business in Tennessee via her newest series, Christina in the Country. She's juggling raising her kids and a thriving career, all while inspiring her nearly 2 million Instagram followers along the way.

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