10 Self-Made Women You Should Follow on Instagram

10 Self-Made Women You Should Follow on Instagram

I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life’s a bitch. You’ve got to go out and kick ass. – Maya Angelou

The commitment the organization I work for has to improving the lives of women and girls is a blessing for me. While impactful organizations like this do exist. There are still so many issues affecting women today. These issues stem from systematic roots of today’s society. As it relates to the prevention of women to rise to the full potential and capabilities they have been gifted. This is why I love to celebrate women who have been able to overcome challenges. Women who have overcome the obstacles this world throws at them. Here’s a list of some inspirational women who are kicking ass every day. Side note: I follow all these amazing women on Instagram and so should you ; )

1. @danachanel

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Dana has gained popularity as a dynamic Christian Inspirational Speaker. She has been inspiring people with her positive words of encouragement with her Sprinkle of Jesus venture.

2. @nerissanefeteri

Nerissa is a business-minded woman keen on empowering women everywhere with her line of nautorica wellness products (which takes a holistic approach to all things “healthy”), including her “vagina therapy” line of products.

3. @lipstickncurls

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Jade is a beauty and media personality. She is mostly known for her curly hair tips, tricks, and advice as she makes strides in the beauty community.@patricejwhite – Patrice is a Jamaican fitness,

4. @patricejwhite

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Patrice is a Jamaican fitness, lifestyle and transformation coach who is known for her own transformation; from un-athletic to owner of her own fitness studio.

5. @naturally_zeze

Zeinab describes herself as an East-African nomad living in London. This curly influencer has been featured in Essence and People Magazine.

6. @thinkngrowchick

Courtney is well known for her “quit story”; how she left her corporate job to pursue her passion for helping other women reach their full potential through her coaching.

7. @moknowshair

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Monica gave up her career in Marketing to pursue a career in hair care. If you watched her YouTube videos before she actually went to school to study this craft, you would have sworn she was already a pro stylist.

8. @iisuperwomanii

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Lilly is known to be a ‘bawse’ babe. But, if you know the story of how she got to where she is, you’d be amazed. No wonder she refers to herself as Superwoman.

9. @yendizzle

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Yendi is a natural-haired beauty who placed as 1st runner-up for Miss Universe 2010. Watching this island beauty transform into a mom, naturalista and world traveller would keep anyone intrigued.

10. @chrisszoe

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Christina is a young entrepreneur with an online store, Shop Chriss Zoe. With a lot of trial and error, she was able to create her own successful business.

There are so many inspirational women out there who motivate and encourage us with their hard work and dedication to their craft. Who are some of your lady boss inspos? Share them with us in the comment section below!

Candace Gordon
Candace Gordon

Executive Assistant

Candace is a natural beauty enthusiast from Jamaica, currently residing in Canada. She’s been natural since 2013 and is constantly trying to learn more about natural hair. Candace loves to share information about hair health and wellness. When she’s not busy juggling everyday life, she’s working on her YouTube channel or watching The Walking Dead. Connect with Candace on Instagram!

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