LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) November 15, 2022
This year’s sold-out Teen Vogue Summit - sponsored by The Archer School for Girls, Freeform, and Lego - took over Goya Studios in Hollywood, California this Saturday, November 12, for a day of inspirational conversations with creators, changemakers, and ceiling-breakers.
Among prominent activists, artists, and Teen Vogue editors, Elizabeth English, Head of The Archer School for Girls in Brentwood, CA, hosted a Career Spotlight panel with Vanessa Anderson, Founder & President of AM PR Group, and Jody Gerson, Chairman and CEO of Universal Music Publishing Group. The panel focused on being brave and not perfect and offered valuable career advice to Summit attendees.
“People from my generation (Gen X) don't know the Teen Vogue of today. I'm thrilled to see the courage that the editors at Teen Vogue have shown in promoting a message of personal authenticity, individuality, and social responsibility - and of course personal style!” said Elizabeth English, Head of School at The Archer School for Girls.
Archer’s Career Spotlight panel was amongst keynote conversations, panels, and performances from Keke Palmer, Saweetie, Sabrina Carpenter, and Baby Tate.
Source: The Archer School for Girls
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About The Archer School for Girls
The Archer School for Girls is for the ambitious and joyful. At the forefront of all-girls education, Archer is dedicated to empowering the next generation of female leaders. A contemporary girls’ school in Los Angeles, Archer sustains a collaborative, student-centered teaching and learning community that explores and contributes to the research on how young women learn and thrive. Since 1995, Archer has been inspiring young women to become confident, ethical changemakers by strengthening their voices and capacity to contribute positively to society and the world.
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