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G Hannelius: Actress, Singer/Songwriter, and “Make Me Nails” Co-Creator

Saturday, January 23rd, 2016


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Twitter: @g_hannelius | Facebook | Instagram | Youtube

The story of Make Me Nails started over a coffee between Actress and Singer/Songwriter G Hannelius and Digital Marketer Lauren Jones. (more…)

Mollie Terrill and Lexi Cole: Mission-Minded Girls

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016
Mollie Terrill (left) and her cousin Lexi Cole, both 11, planned a Christmas craft fair that raised more than $1,000 for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions. (Photo by Marilyn Stewart)

Mollie Terrill (left) and her cousin Lexi Cole, both 11, planned a Christmas craft fair that raised more than $1,000 for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions. (Photo by Marilyn Stewart)

Pre-teen girls raise $1,000-plus for missions

When Jay and Elizabeth Terrill decided to forego Christmas gifts to each other and instead give to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, it sparked an idea for their daughter Mollie and her cousin Lexi Cole: a Christmas craft fair to benefit the International Mission Board.


Kendall and Libby Glazer: Bracelet Designers, Founders of “Stoney Clover Lane”

Friday, October 9th, 2015


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Twitter: @stoneyclover | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Youtube

Since 2009, Stoney Clover Lane has delighted fans with their Bracelets, made to be stacked upon each other in a trendy wrist full of bright colors and sparkle, or mixed with your other fave bracelets for a look that’s totally you. With their two fashion-forward brains always abuzz with ideas, sisters Kendall & Libby Glazer release new arm candy all the time, both online and in their summer pop-up shops in LA and NYC.


Sarah Martin: A Woman on a Mission to End ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015


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Twitter: @sarahsmission_ | Facebook | Instagram


My name is Sarah Martin. I am a junior neuroscience major at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. When I was a sophomore at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, my principal, Dr. Eric McLaren, was diagnosed with ALS/MND. After watching him courageously battle the first stages of the disease, I became passionate about defeating ALS/MND.


Jessica Ekstrom: Author, Speaker and Founder/CEO of “Headbands of Hope”

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015


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Twitter: @headbandsofhope | Facebook | LinkedIn | YouTube | Pinterest

Jessica Ekstrom grew up in Cornelius, NC and currently lives in Raleigh. She is a 2013 graduate of North Carolina State University in Communications Public Relations. Founder/CEO of Headbands of Hope since April 2012. Speaker at CAMPUSPEAK since June 2013. Author of The Freshman Fabulous: The Girl’s Guide to College. Contributor at Entrepreneur.


Hannah and Cailin Loesch: Journalists, Authors and Actresses

Friday, August 28th, 2015


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Twitter: @TheTwinConnect | Facebook

Our names are Hannah and Cailin Loesch, and we are eighteen-year-old identical twin journalists. We have always been interested in the news, but it wasn’t until we got a video camera for our twelfth birthday that we began filming segments of our own and broadcasting them on the internet. After several years of doing our web show, which we called “The Didja Know Show”, we decided that reporting was what we wanted to do for the rest of our lives. Just months later, in the spring of 2012, we auditioned and were chosen to be official web correspondents for Teen Kids News, an Emmy award-winning television news show for kids and teens.


Melissa Jade Aiello: Fashion Designer

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015


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Twitter: @TeesByMissyX | Facebook | Tumblr

Melissa Jade Aiello (or ‘Missy’) was born in Nottingham, England in 2001. It all started at seven for Melissa Jade: not content with shading in the lines of her coloring book, she started to copy the illustrations instead, producing piles of drawings over the course of a weekend at her grandparents. Soon the coloring books were put aside and her family became the subjects her many drawings.


Avalon Theisen: Artist, Founder of “Conserve It Forward”

Monday, August 3rd, 2015


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Twitter: @conserveitforwa | Facebook | LinkedIn

Avalon Theisen was 9 years old in 2010 when she realized she needed to use her connection with the natural word to help make the world a better place for frogs and the environment. She also wanted to help people by empowering them to reconnect with nature. She has grown her efforts into a non-profit organization called Conserve It Forward, which offers several environmental programs and activities, with a goal of raising awareness and inspiring action that will benefit both the natural world and people. “How the Croak of the Wild Empowered This Child” is the title of her 2013 TEDxYouth@TampaBay talk.


Ocielia Gibson: Former Miss Black USA, Founder of “More Than a Pretty Face International”

Friday, July 24th, 2015


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Twitter: @Ocielia | Facebook | Instagram

Featured in outlets such as EBONY, Heart & Soul, and Black America Web, speaker, writer and confidence catalyst Ocielia Gibson boldly empowers this generation of young women to live out real social and spiritual beauty. A former Miss Black USA, she is founder of More Than a Pretty Face International, a life-enrichment company that initially started as an outreach to inner city girls. Now with global reach, More Than a Pretty Face has impacted thousands of young women throughout the US and Kenya. Receiving numerous awards for her empowerment initiatives with young women, she has been recognized with Pine-Sol’s Women Making a Powerful Difference Award and was the youngest woman recognized as an Unsung Hero for her programming in the state of Texas by EBONY Magazine.


Alyssa B. Antoci: Children’s Author

Saturday, June 27th, 2015


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Alyssa Antoci is an 12 year-old children’s author, who started her first book at age 8, titled “The Purple Marble”. It is the first in her series “Break the Circle.” Alyssa also helps out underprivileged girls through her non-profit “Just a Little Cloth”.