Molly Knight

What do Larry King, Lil’ Wayne and Clayton Kershaw have in common? They’ve all had the pleasure of meeting New York Times Bestselling Author Molly Knight. The woman behind The Best Team Money Can Buy: The Los Angeles Dodgers’ Wild Struggle To Build A Baseball Powerhouse, Molly probably isn’t what first comes to mind when…

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Brenna Lyden

Nearly four years ago, Brenna Lyden was a freshman in college majoring in apparel and was in the market for a walking, talking resume. Enter Chic Street Style: a platform for showcasing her personal style aesthetic. It was during this time running the fashion blog and styling company that Brenna realized there wasn’t a huge…

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Patricia Colli

Society is fed a steady stream of inauthentic, photoshopped images. Patricia Colli wanted to break away from that and create a body-positive platform. With that, she founded Beutiful (pronounced “Be-you-tiful”), a body-positive online magazine and news source that fosters inspiration and encourages self-acceptance. Equipped with Colli’s digital skills, the support of mentors and a passionate…

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Abby Sterling

As fellow content curators, we couldn’t help but want Abby’s job as a full-time gig of our own. As creator of affordable fashion blog, The Fabulous Life of a Natural Disaster; leading operations at our blog crush Glitter Guide; and working in social media for Cinta, we’re all kinds of amazed by this triple-threat’s full…

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Rani Craft Robinson

It’s hard to believe that Rani Robinson was once a shy college girl. In order to graduate with her bachelor’s degree in communications from Marymount University she first needed to complete an internship. Her eyes on National Geographic, she emailed them only to receive zero response. Undeterred, Rani shared her passion for working in the…

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Kendall Herbst

When Kendall Herbst switched from working as a Conde Nast fashion editor to getting her MBA at MIT, she found she had a lot less time to think about what she was going to wear (a feeling we know all too well!). But Kendall still wanted to feel fashionable. So, Kendall combined her fashion and…

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Randi Zuckerberg

At first blush, it seems ironic that a woman who helped grow Facebook would become an advocate for disconnecting and focusing on other areas of life. But after a little digging, you realize Randi Zuckerberg’s onto something—and has perhaps arrived at it even sooner because of her career’s deep dive into all things digital. In…

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Anna Young Lombardi

If she could, Anna Young Lombardi would instruct her younger self on the importance of “trusting your judgment … and being honest with the way you feel.” This is the same kind of wisdom Anna put to the test when she left a job at an established luxury magazine to become the first employee of…

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Gigi Dubois

Gigi Dubois started her professional life the same way most of us do: submitting her application to countless postings online, crossing her fingers and hoping for the best. Frustrated with the process and realizing her motivations weren’t going to instantly translate to passion, Gigi decided to be a little more proactive and create her dream…

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Ashley Tarkington

When it comes to fashion, fit can make or break an entire outfit. And if you ask Ashley Tarkington, she might say the same thing about a job. What had at first seemed ideal working in production at “Access Hollywood” and later at celebuzz.com soon felt more like that pair of favorite—but no longer quite…

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