#PowerHour With Pauleanna Reid: The Magic In Mentorship


Feb. 17 2020, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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Finding a mentor is no easy feat. Once you've found a mentor, then the real work begins. That's where Pauleanna Reid comes comes in. At this month's #PowerHour, we host Pauleanna Reid to discuss "The Magic in Mentorship." We will learn how to find a mentor and what a successful mentorship looks like. We'll tackle these questions and any that you have for this month's special guest!


Pauleanna Reid is a journalist, two-time author, and celebrity ghostwriter. A purpose-driven leader with a storied career, she is a highly sought-after speaker, guest lecturer and media personality who reconnects youth with their passion.  Her proudest accomplishment is New Girl on the Block , a mentorship program for millennial women in transition. The heart of the organization helps tackle Gen Y’s biggest challenges and equips every student with innovative solutions to get them ahead in life. From recent graduates to new business owners, from career changes to quarter-life crisis, Pauleanna is a leader of the new school and has successfully mentored more than 200 women globally. Every girl in the world already has the tools she needs to succeed. The primary focus is to ignite that inner power and lead a generation of women to maximize their vision and live their fullest lives. With unique teaching methods and a curriculum designed to educate, entertain and inspire, New Girl on the Block effortlessly converts shy girls into career-savvy, confident women.

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With only a number two pencil and a dream, Pauleanna has crafted a business in storytelling and professional writing. In her early twenties, her career began as a journalist, producing news reports inside the pages of notable Canadian media outlets including the National Post, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun and the Vancouver Sun for an audience of several hundred thousand readers across the country. She has experience writing a wide range of subject matter such as world issues and politics,business and personal branding, mental health, female empowerment and pop culture.


Using the success of her journalism career to fuel another life-long dream, Pauleanna’s novel Everything I Couldn’t Tell My Mother debuted as an Amazon best-seller. She is currently writing the film adaptation and hopes to fulfill her dreams of seeing her story on the big screen. When she’s not reporting or editing her script, Pauleanna is ghostwriting books, keynote speeches and op-eds for celebrities, CEOs, pro athletes and politicians. She helps high-profile leaders and doers who are shaping the future turn their personal stories into powerful brand assets. Think Judy Smith meets Cardi B.


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No stranger to the public stage, Pauleanna has been motivating millennial
audiences for years, helping them prioritize their lives and execute personal growth
and leadership skills. Despite dropping out of college, struggling with her mental
health, and experiencing bullying and abuse in her teens, today, Pauleanna uses life
experiences to powerfully encourage the next generation to face their challenges and
conquer them. She envisions a world where all women are given the opportunity, not
only to dream bigger dreams, but to create and shape the lives they have always
desired. Not only does Pauleanna illustrate versatility, but she proves that the secret to
her success is in her ability to give more than what she takes from this world.


We're so excited to have Pauleanna join us on February 18th to discuss mentorship, her background and more! Want to join the conversation? You must be a Her Agenda Insider to join the conversation. Become an Insider today for access to Power Hour chats, exclusive discounts, perks, and job opportunities only available to our community!


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