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Welcome to Second LifeA podcast that introduces successful women who have made important career changes and mastered the linchpin fearlessly. Hosted by Hillary Kerr, co-founder and chief content officer In each episode of Who What Wear, you get a direct line to women who make a name for themselves as game changers. Subscribe to something Second Life on iTunes and stay tuned.
Amanda de Cadenet has lived many lives: entrepreneur, journalist, author, photographer, activist and CEO. She is the epitome of a career pioneer. After starting her career as a presenter of a live television show in the UK at the age of 15, de Cadenet has a wide range of skills that have ultimately made her a creative force with an impressive career in the media.
The latest titles added to de Cadenet's extensive range of services are founder and CEO of Girlgaze, Originally developed as an Instagram hashtag that sheds light on the female perspective, Girlgaze has now become an online job market that brings together young, female and non-binary creatives, photographers, artists and producers with jobs that produce award-winning content in the creative world Generate area and receive appropriate compensation. Creating Girlgaze is a lifetime achievement in its own right, but before founding the platform, de Cadenet had several careers, each of which played a pivotal role in her journey – since she starred in a 1995 film Four rooms to move on to a photographer who photographs notable subjects like Drew Barrymore, Kirsten Dunst, Olivia Wilde, and Serena Williams to eventually host her own series, The conversation with Amanda de CadenetIn which female thought leaders like Hillary Clinton and Gwyneth Paltrow have participated.
Go to iTunes to sign in Second Lifeand listen to this brand-new episode to learn how de Cadenet became a self-taught leader at a young age and how her various careers are now manifesting in Girlgaze.