Who Run the World? Girls.

On this #internationalwomensday, I want to give much-deserved respect to a few women who have made a difference in my life and some who have truly inspired me with what they’ve built.

Julia Ziegler

(The girl-BOSS program director of WTOP News)

You called me up and gave me a show on PodcastOne! Thank you for seeing something in me and believing that I could carry a show, having no experience!

Tiffany Jenkins

(Author, Comedian, Mom)

You were the guest who made my Instagram Live “talk show” instantly relevant! You never once asked for my audience numbers or where my “talk show” would be promoted. We had such a raw and candid conversation and you even shared it with your 1 million followers.🙏🏼Interviewing you gave me instant credibility because all I had to tell potential interview guests was “Here’s a recent episode with Tiffany Jenkins.” Thank you, Tiffany, for saying yes to me.❤️

Sara Blakely

(mom of 4 turned billionaire!)

Sara, you turned an idea into a billion dollar empire, all while raising 4 kids! 🙌🏼 I read about how early on, you wore your black SPANX shirt everywhere while you were out there hustling! I think of you (daily) when I put on my black WILL SQUAT FOR MARGARITAS tank top. Also, I need you on Squats and Margaritas podcast. Call me, boo! 😬🙏🏼

Katie Couric

(Journalist and Best-Selling Author)

Thank you for granting me an interview when you came to Atlanta. You are interview 𝙜𝙤𝙖𝙡𝙨- a respected news woman (but still someone that you’d want to grab a margarita with)! Thank you for Going There in your book and talking about the uncomfortable subjects that most people shy away from.❤️

Bethenny Frankel

(Author and Empire-builder)

You had me at Skinny Girl margarita! With nothing to your name, you worked to build an empire, which is inspiringly bad-ass in itself, but you now use your platform to raise millions for those in crisis. #BStrong 🙌🏼 You are incredible.

Amaya ✨

(my beautiful daughter)

Continue to shine your light. May you always realize your worth in this world.

And last, but never least-

my mama!

You raised four daughters and made it look 𝙚𝙖𝙨𝙮. When I became a mom, I finally realized just how much fell on you. Thank you for setting the standard that I will try to my best to match.