Netflix soon to produce the #GirlBoss series

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So we all know Sophia Amoruso, right? You know, the creator of the #GIRLBOSS book and CEO/Founder of NastyGal. I hope you do, because now the entrepreneur is having her own show on our favorite streamer of shows and movies—Netflix!

The show will broadcast Amoruso’s life and show the progression of her “rags-to-riches” lifestyle. Kay Cannon, writer of Pitch Perfect, will run and produce the show, while Charlize Theron (from Madmax and Hancock) will be one of the actresses.



The superstar has come such as a long way as NastyGal is now a multi-million dollar business that she originally started on Ebay in 2006. She was even featured on the Fortune’s list of 40 under 40 in 2014.

As stated:

“In 2007, Amoruso was working odd jobs at shoe and record stores when she realized she was bad at working for other people. So she set out to chart her own course selling vintage clothing on eBay, earning $70,000 in revenue in her first year. She saved most of it to start her own fashion retail site, Nasty Gal, a fashion website that attracted a cultish following among millennial girls.”

So to all my future #GirlBosses out there, keep your eye on the prize because you can turn your dreams into a reality, too!



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My name is Anaja Smith, a Sophomore at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus majoring in Broadcast Journalism. At my university, I am apart of NABJ as the Membership Chair position, SeeYouWeekly (a broadcasting organization), and Women of Color which promotes unity and sisterhood for women on campus. I love everything fashion related whether it is clothes, makeup, bags, or simply looking to celebrities for style inspo. With that being said, my dream job is to become a fashion correspondent for E! News headquarters in California where I can interview and talk to people about it for a living! Other goals of mine is to attend Northwestern University in Evanston,IL for my masters degree and also to give back to the less fortunate and underserved communities in Chicago, my home town.

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