In celebration of International Women’s Day 2015, Youtube asked women to take part in their global #DearMe initiative to inspire and empower young girls everywhere. This means answering in a short video, “If you could go back in time, what wisdom would you share with your teenage self?”
Emily is *no campfire required’s content strategist, which means she figures out how our company’s unique blend of story creativity and digital media know-how can best be leveraged to achieve our clients’ goals. As part of a team of storytellers, she understands the power of stories to reach out to and to teach and inspire a younger generation. She took this #DearMe opportunity to heart right away. Emily said “I thought it was important to pass on a few things I’ve learned along the way, remembering what it was like to be a teenager vs what it’s like to be me now.”
Many of the #DearMe participants simply reminded their younger selves to be themselves. Along those lines, Emily shared advice related to:
- taking time to get to know herself
- figuring out what she alone wanted from her life
- being proud of who she uniquely was.
Emily doesn’t get in front of the camera very often, but she braves that situation to share stories that she believes will help bring younger women out of their shells and help to maximize their potential to change the world. Find out more about Emily at http://nocampfirerequired.com/emily
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Emily Smith is *no campfire required’s Head of Business Development. She’s the connector of brand clients with our company, so we can connect them with their audiences in the long term.