A memoir from the revolutionary editor credited with bringing social consciousness to the pages of Teen Vogue and an inspiring exploration of what it means to be enough.
Elaine Welteroth is an award-winning writer, and judge on the new Project Runway. She was most recently editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue where she in 2017 became the youngest person ever appointed editor-in-chief and in 2012 had been the first African American ever to hold the post of beauty and health director at a Conde Nast publication. Prior to Teen Vogue, she was the senior beauty editor at Glamour and the beauty and style editor at Ebony. She's now a leading expert and advocate for the next generation of change-makers. She has written for the hit show Grown-ish and has appeared on-camera for a range of media outlets including ABC News and Netflix. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
One to watch ... an interesting read. All ambitious young women,
regardless of race or chosen career, would benefit from the book's
practical pointers. * The Sunday Times *
An essential read for women in the workplace today * Refinery29 *
Black British women are ready and waiting for [Elaine's book] * Afua Hirsch, the Guardian *
Elaine gifts us all with a beautifully intimate and powerful retelling of her ever unfolding journey. In sharing her joys, pitfalls, adventures, self doubt, and successes, she reminds us that through uncovering and discovering the many facets of ourselves, we are more than enough. * Yara Shahidi *
Elaine's book is a call for young women to find their voice and spark their courage - it's a book I would have loved to have discovered as a young woman starting my own career. * Reese Witherspoon *