Career Profiles

The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook

The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl
The 2012 Everygirl Yearbook #theeverygirl

Since launching The Everygirl almost a year ago, we have had the opportunity to work with some amazingly talented, inspiring, and real women. In turn, we have enjoyed sharing their invaluable advice and stories with all of you, our readers. From bloggers to designers to CEOs, these women are of diverse educational and professional backgrounds. But the refreshing candor in which they have revealed their trials and tribulations, the passion and enthusiasm they have for their careers, and the inner and outer strength and beauty that exudes from each and every one of them are what makes them Everygirls. Real-life role models who inspire and prove that success (and happiness) truly is not a destination, but an invaluable journey.

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If you've only recently joined us here at The Everygirl (welcome!) or in case you missed some earlier features, we have put together a yearbook comprised of the 72 successful women whose career profiles we've shared over the past year. To make it easier to revisit favorite interviews and to discover new ones, we have also organized them by their field.

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If you're an aspiring jewelry designer, perhaps you'll find encouragement after learning how Maya Brenner and Kendra Scott turned a stress-relieving hobby and creative talent into a career. If you're interested in turning a blog into a career, read up on how Taylor Sterling went from style blogger to founder of Glitter Guide or how Erin Gates launched her interior design business after penning Elements of Style. If you have a passion for the non-profit sphere, Lindsay Avner of Bright Pink and Jayna Cooke of Closet Angels' features are informational and inspirational reads. Marketing and public relations mavens can seek advice from Macala Wright from Group Partners, the ladies of Skirt PR, and Carolyn Angel of Coach, all of whom offer insight on how to make it in one of the toughest industries. Candace Nelson, the woman behind Sprinkles Cupcakes, and Angie Dudley, the creator of cake pops, share how sweet  following a dream to success can be.

Just as we have, we hope that you enjoy reading and re-reading these truly inspiring women's stories. Learn from them. Create your own career paths. Make your own experiences. Celebrate your own successes. And always be inspired.

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Credits

Jessica Kim #theeverygirl

Jessica Kim

writing intern
Alaina Kaczmarski #theeverygirl

Alaina Kaczmarski

co-founder and editor