Strong-willed, inspiring, girl boss women are out there changing the game. They are creating unique shops, changing social standards, and inspiring other females. There are certain girl bosses that I follow that I think will have a positive impact on your life:
Jen Gotch, Chief Creative Executive, Ban.do
Jen is my favorite. Not only is she the CCO of Ban.do (ummm have you seen those planners? And those shoes? And that office supply? I could go on forever), she is hilarious and raw. With featured “Dear Future Boyfriend” and “Dumpster Dancing” stories highlighted on her Instagram, Jen Gotch shows that you can be successful and you will still feel emotions. You still get sick. But guess what, you pick yourself back up. I honestly see her as the crazy aunt who does crazy stuff in public, but everyone digs it.
Sophia Amoruso, CEO, Girl Boss Media
Former CEO and founder of NastyGal, author of #GirlBoss, and now CEO of Girl Boss Media and host of the Girl Boss Podcast, there is very little that Sophia hasn’t done. She has learned about success and about failure. She rolls with the punches and makes changes when needed. Through her podcast, she speaks with other incredibly influential women and educates both herself and her listeners through engaging conversation about what makes a girl boss a girl boss.
Kendall Rae, YouTuber, Podcaster, Kendall Rae on YouTube
When I want to think of something outside of the box or question the world, I look toward Kendall. She speaks all things conspiracy, crime, and mystery on her YouTube channel and in her podcast, The Mile Higher Podcast, with her husband, Josh. Kendall not only opens minds and causes you to think critically about the world around you, but she also is actively working to stop human trafficking with 100 percent of fan-designed merchandise given to Thorn. Talk about awesome.
Kenzie Piper, YouTuber, Kenzie Elizabeth on YouTube
The queen of motivation and productivity tips. Kenzie’s fun personality is captivating and empowering. She is a college student figuring out life. Her videos document her daily life and give life advice to her subscribers. She also shares her best routines and tips for living life like a girl boss.
Solána Imani Rowe, Singer-Songwriter, More commonly known as SZA
I personally don’t listen to very many female artists, especially in the R&B genre, but SZA is one of my favorite artists. She writes her own music which explores relationships, dilemmas and celebrations most twenty-somethings can relate to. I’m sure you’ve heard of her by now, but if you haven’t, she’s worth the listen.
Who are your favorite girl bosses? Let me know in the comments! I’m always looking for more to support!
Until next time,