We recently sat down with Juliette, one of our amazing campus reps. Juliette got involved in MSC back in in 2014 and she has been helping us inspire girls to design the life and career they love ever since. We would love for you to get to know her! Hear how she is designing the life and career she loves in both school and life.
- How did you first get involved in My Social Canvas? I first got involved in MSC after hearing Lisa, the Founder and CEO speak at my Nordstrom High School Fashion Board meeting. Lisa Mayer came to the store to speak to us about how she started the company on her own. Inspired by her meeting, I reached out to Lisa for some advice as to how I could get my high school fashion club involved with MSC. Since that phone call, Lisa has been mentoring me and providing me with opportunities to get experience in business, fashion, and philanthropy. From a Job Shadow Day in NYC, being invited to attend the Women in the World Summit, observing a meeting at DVF, and a Spring Internship; Being a Campus Rep for MSC has given me many opportunities that I am so grateful for.
2. How do you plan to Design the Life and Career You Love in 2017? I plan on designing the life and career I love in 2017 by taking advantage of more opportunities.Life is all about learning and growing, so I'm excited to see what 2017 has in store.
3. What is your dream job? I have a lot of dreams, and most of them are focalized in the TV/Film industry. I hope to one day be an established member in that industry.
4. What does MSC mean to you? I love being involved in MSC because it is a company centered on empowering women and girls. It gives them a voice and the confidence to chase after their dreams, which I believe is a beautiful thing.
5. Most proud moment? A moment that made me most proud would be when I was one of ten girls nationwide hand picked to collaborate with Adidas in NYC to help style their Spring 2016 look book. I was mentored by the talented stylist Zanna Roberts Rassi and the team at Adidas. It just gave me assurance that amazing things can come out of taking chances. You just have to go for it.