Remember the name Erin Jones-Wesley. You may see it soon on the Silver Screen or in the news as Miss California or Miss America. You may have already heard her name if you follow NCAA softball, watch ESPN, or you’re interested in the people behind noteworthy charities.
Many great things start with the letter A: Artistic, Authentic, Ambitious, and Actress, among others. All those terms also have another thing in common. They can all be used to describe Annie Coulson, a freshman from the DC suburbs who is now attending NYU’s heralded Tisch School of the Arts.
Katie Dunlop is one of the fitness industry’s most accomplished and followed fitness gurus. As the beloved founder of Love Sweat Fitness, Katie has created a global online community that encompasses nearly 400,000 followers on Instagram and 550,000 YouTube subscribers, all joining together to support one another’s fitness and lifestyles.
We live in a world where it seems like everyone is trying to make a name for themselves as an online personality, or influencer, if you will. In that regard, the two main questions people ask Google are, “How Can I Become Instagram famous?” and, “How Can I Make Popular YouTube Videos?” To learn the answer, you can either scroll through and read the eleven billion results or you can take the lead from a savvy teenager.
WE are women, but we ALL should be for women. At least, according to the opinion of heralded Global Dignitary and United Nations Ambassador, Anwarul Chowdhury.