I have a teenager.
She is brilliant and funny, curious and magical….and so very good at being a teenager.
When I was a teenager, I was good at it, but only in person and on those really long phone calls when I yanked the kitchen phone (and cord) all the way in to my room. My parents didn’t love it, but that phone talking had nothing on the day-to-day world that is social media my teen (and 11 year old) experience.
This age is so vulnerable. They are so self-critical and so prone to feeling their self-worth plummet as they move from pre-teens to full blown teenagers.
Wouldn’t it be lovely if there was a social network dedicated to the encouragement and empowerment of young girls?
Good news – there IS.
It’s called Maverick.
While Maverick is not the first social network to join the fray, it IS the first of its kind – focusing on the beauty of heart, creativity, kindness and confidence of the young women of Gen Z all while connecting them with women innovators, artists and entrepreneurs.
As a mom, this is another opportunity – one in my girl’s very own language – social – to remind her of her gifts, talents and my pride in her authenticity.
Maverick embraces the YOU in unique for girls….right at the moment they need it most.