Her Campus Superlatives
The Her Campus community is full of changemakers, future executives and entrepreneurs. This year, our editors nominated individuals who have inspired them through their passion, determination and leadership. In partnership with GoDaddy we have launched our first-ever Her Campus Superlatives showcasing six individuals who we believe will positively impact our community and our world. GoDaddy’s services and tools are created with a goal to empower students and graduates to grow their dreams into reality. Inspired by this year’s featured individuals? Start building your dreams here, today!
Most Likely to be a
Digital Media CEO
Mary is a class of 2020 Vassar College graduate who studied International Relations and Women's Studies. Her writing has been published in gal-dem zine, Medium, Guardian, and Teen Vogue. Her honest voice and innovative vision for the future shines through in her writing, inspiring all who read her work.
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Most Likely to Have the
Most Beautiful Website
Class of 2020 Pace University graduate, Emily is now the community coordinator at Her Campus. She has always loved all things graphic design and digital media. (She actually created her first website in 8th grade with GoDaddy!) See her current beautiful website, here.
Most Likely to Become
a Serial Entrepreneur
Bella is a graduating high school senior who will be attending The College of The Holy Cross in the fall. Growing up in a family of small business owners, she has always been inspired by her entrepreneurial local community. She launched her own tie-dye company in 2019 and has many future business goals and dreams.
Most Likely to Create the
Next Big Digital Magazine
Morgan is a Class of 2020 graduate of St John’s University, where she studied Journalism. While in school, she interned at NYLON and the Rolling Stone. She was also the editor-in-chief of her college’s independent newspaper, The Torch. Her creativity surely doesn’t stop at writing, she is also a dancer! Morgan now reports for The Bay State Banner.
Most Likely to Innovate the
World of Virtual Shopping
Emade Ekukole Sone
Emade is attending New York University studying communications. In middle school, she started to make and sell hair and fashion accessories to friends and classmates, just for fun. Since then she has launched her own e-commerce company, Royal Wink Collection, which specializes in lashes, handmade face masks and lipgloss.
Most Likely to Innovate the
World of Virtual Music
Kate is a graduating high school senior who will be attending Villanova University in the fall, majoring in business. Kate is obsessed with all things music and has been singing and playing the violin since she was really young. In light of Covid-19, Kate is interested in melding together her love of music and education in business for the future of live music.