Four #SheBosses You Need to Follow on Snapchat Now

Four #SheBosses You Need to Follow on Snapchat Now

Unless you’ve been living under a huge rock with a terrible WIFI connection, you would’ve heard by now that Snapchat is officially a thing. Unlike the usual highly produced content that can be found on Instagram and Facebook, Snapchat enables users to be completely in the moment, raw and unfiltered. That’s why it’s especially refreshing to find motivational Snaps that are completely uncontrived. Here are a few Snappers whose stories are always incredibly inspirational, no matter what filter they use.




1. Myleik Teele

The founder and CEO of natural hair product subscription company, Curlbox, regularly shares her wisdom across all facets of life: business, relationships and even her delicious recipes.





2. Zim Ugochukwu

Zim has already done an unbelievable job of inspiring Black millennials to experience the world through her insanely popular site,, but now she’s taking the inspiration to higher levels with her personable Snapchat account. Regularly documenting her incredible global journeys, she also includes valuable tidbits that will help make your travels even more amazing.




3. Julieanna Goddard

This 25-year-old brand and event promoter is living the millennial dream. Even though she has singlehandedly built a cult social media following that has garnered countless lucrative brand deals, she still manages to maintain an extremely motivated and relatable vibe via Snapchat. If you want brand advice and behind the scenes access to all of the hottest music, sporting and general cool as hell events, follow her now!




4. Sophia Amoruso

You’ve shopped at her store, you’ve read her book, now it’s time to watch her Snaps. Sophia Amoruso, founder of the wildly successful online clothing brand, Nasty Gal regularly lets us into her world of organized chaos where she saves the day all while looking fabulous. She also manages to squeeze valuable nuggets of wisdom about entrepreneurship and overall badassness.


MADE by Jasmine Browley

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