Why You Must Check Out “I AM THAT GIRL”

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i am that girl

You know when you meet someone new–at class, a birthday party, or after-school club–and you’re like Holy cow, how have I not met this person before. We are totally on the same wavelength. I just made a new best friend?? (p.s. pay attention to these feelings, some of my most fruitful collabos and meaningful friendships have come from paying attention to when I get that vibe).

Well that’s how we feel about I AM THAT GIRL.

i am that girl manifestoThey are on a mission to create a space for girls like you to be exactly who you are–not who you think you’re supposed to be.

That’s why Like A Boss Girls and I Am That Girl have joined forces to support each other and thus incredible young women like you.

They’re the peanut butter to our jelly, the X’s to our Os, the Tina to our Amy. So you’ll be able to find our How-To content on their blog!

As if all this wasn’t cool enough, check out their latest campaign: #FORTHATGIRL. It’s pretty amazing. Their goal: sponsor 4000 girls in their local and online chapters to celebrate the awesomeness that is her–and encourage her to inspire that in others.

Just take a look at their manifesto above and you’ll see why we’ve hopped on the #IAMTHATGIRL express train. All aboard, CHOOO CHOOOOO!

 

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Lucy Ross | Editor-in-Chief

I went to NYU for Film & TV and had the entrepreneur’s spirit since being a tot when I contracted chores out to my older sister for a profit (ha!). I run Hello Lucy Design (a web management and design biz) full time as well as Editorial Direction for LikeABossGirls.com. As a full-of-energy go-getter, my motto is “Why the heck not?”. I'm a mid-western girl who has worked for the BBC in London, Nickelodeon in NYC, and Jazz Aspen Snowmass in Colorado. One of my proudest accomplishments was serving as Co-Director for three consecutive years for the Fusion Film Festival of NYU, celebrating women in film, TV, and new media.

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