Jill Hubbard Bowman, founder of Lookilulu, recently interviewed me. Here's a sampling of the questions asked:
- What does your job involve?
- What is your physical work environment like?
- What kinds of people do you work with?
- What skills are important in your job?
- What do you love about your job?
- What don't you like about your job?
- What advice do you have for teenage girls?
- What was the best advice you've ever received?
- What was the worst advice?
Lookilulu's mission is to help teenage girls see what is possible in their own lives.
Founders Julie Simmons and Jill Hubbard Bowman are sisters who grew up on a farm in a no-stoplight town in Utah. They lived in the shadow of Willard Peak—a beautiful, daunting mountain. It took many years for them to see that women could get over the mountains and live adventurous lives they love.
Their company, Willard Peak Productions, Inc., is committed to inspiring girls and women to dream big dreams. They want to help girls see from the mountain peak—not the valley floor.
They write, "We are doing this for our daughters—Kaeli and Zoe—and yours."
Do you have suggestions of women that Lookilulu should profile? Will you leave a comment, or ping me directly? Or better yet - ping Lookilulu directly?
After checking out their website, if you like what Julie and Jill are doing, leave a comment on their blog, or twitter them to get the word out. Most especially share this website with some teenage or college age girls that you love.