Writing works. Take it from Girls Write Now mentee alum Kat Jagai, who used their writing skills to land a paid internship at top publishing house Houghton Mifflin Harcourt—that led to their dream job at Alloy Entertainment/Warner Media.
Molly MacDermot found the teen years hard until she discovered books and a diary, which she wrote in daily. She thanks Charlotte Brönte and Harper Lee for paving the way. Molly served as Editor-in-Chief of five national magazines, including J-14, the #1 teen entertainment magazine in the US. She conceptualized and managed several teen websites and their social media components. Molly is a regular columnist, consults as a media strategist and has written five young adult books. Molly was featured in The New York Times, Adweek, Mediaweek, and Folio, and has appeared on MTV, Vh1, Inside Edition and several morning television shows to talk about pop culture and the youth market. Molly started her career at The New Yorker, and previously worked at Marie Claire (Australia) and Redbook.
Girls Write Now’s Founder and Executive Director, Maya Nussbaum, was recently honored by the White House for the Champion of Change Award on September 30th in Washington D.C, making this Girls…