More and more girls everyday seek mentors and guidance as the exhilarating array of choices are lain out in front of them in today’s fast-paced cosmopolitan world. Women now understand not just the importance, but the real possibility of having a it all – a booming career, a happy family, loving relationships, and a solid sense of self. This is motivation behind MsCareerGirl.com, a community of women for women, who shares with each other valuable information to help every aspiring power woman climb her way to the top with style, grace, and a smile on her face.
Ms. Career Girl is a website that aims to help ambitious young professional women find passion in their profession, or a profession out of their passions. Started in 2008 by founder Nicole Emerick, it has grown into a group of inspiring and motivational female professionals from different specializations and industries from different parts of the world. Whether you are a bright-eyed fresh graduate, a striving mompreneur, or currently climbing the corporate ladder – this is the site for you.
Ms Career Girl is all about finding balance in all her endeavours while kicking ass at it. That’s why here at MsCareerGirl.com you’ll find everything from career mentors and productivity tips and tricks, to everyday fashion fixes and relationship advice. Be part of the Ms Career Girl community and get the latest updates by joining our Facebook page and following us on Twitter. If you’re looking for more life hacks and inspiration, follow us on Instagram and Pinterest.
Abbi Gabasa is the Managing Editor. Her dream for Ms. Career Girl is to bring career women from different industries worldwide together to share different female perspectives that embodies their lifestyles, victories, and passion. A strong advocate of women empowerment and a Career Girl herself, Abbi takes on this exciting journey. A former PR and Marketing Manager with years of work experience managing campaigns for corporate, lifestyle, and entertainment brands, she understands the pressures of a driven young woman trying to find a healthy balance between career, love, and life. Find out more about her here.
Zoe Batansky is the Assistant Editor. As a 20-something woman and recent graduate in New York City, Zoe embodies the Ms. Career Girl theme.
Just as when founder Nicole Emerick started this valuable resource for women, Zoe too is navigating her career path and lifestyle with a blank slate. Her writing style and editing have reflected that in many articles published recently.
She brings the perspective of a fresh college graduate, an invaluable resource as she communicates, revises, and sets the tone of many articles to match our younger readers also choosing the next path.