The Brave Millennial: Important & Empowering


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I recently heard of The Brave Millenial when a friend of mine reached out and offered it up as something I might like to talk about on my blog. I respect her opinion a lot so I knew if I checked it out, it would be great! It DEFINITELY lived up to what I thought it would be and more!

While reading all of the information on their website, I knew I instantly wanted to go to one of these events, so I started to look into it. Perhaps one day I’ll get to go to one! I think that would be a really cool adventure to blog about!

“The Brave Millennial is an organization dedicated to supporting and promoting Millennial women in the American workplace.”, as they have stated on the top of their mission page. They already have me hooked!


“At our events, we not only build rapid trust, forge new relationships, take on tough topics, and have fun – we create lasting local communities of Millennial women from a variety of industries and backgrounds. Our goal is to twofold. We assist employers in the attraction, development, and retention of top Millennial talent; and we inspire Millennial women to know their worth, advocate fiercely for themselves, and act bravely inside their own circles of influence. ”

As a woman who is really starting to learn more about herself and is taking risks to do things she loves, this really appeals to to me. What an amazing and powerful mission to share with the world! We really need more people to get involved with these kinds of organizations to empower themselves and help others do the same!

Laura Youngkin. the founder is the kind of woman who we need to look up to. I’m an adult now, but I still find myself looking up to intelligent, happy, and go-getter kind of people, and I don’t think there is anything wrong with that! Sometimes I even look up to those who are younger than me. The point is, looking up to someone only motivates you to be a better version of yourself and do the things you’ve always wanted to but never had the guts to do. Plus, she sounds like a really cool person all around and I want to follow along with someone who’s like that!

It’s an amazing thing when you can take the help of another, make yourself happier and well rounded due to that help, and then pass it on to others to do the same. We need more of that in this world.

The point of this post was to share this amazing message with you all. I think Millennial women everywhere could benefit from reading what they have to offer on this site. I’m so glad my friend, M.K., sent this to me because it really inspired me to be brave and share this post and my overall blog with you guys. And I love when I feel brave. It’s one of the best feelings in the world!

And…I usually only post twice a week but I HAD to share this with you guys! That’s how awesome I think this is!

If you’re interested in checking out their events page, click here.

And don’t forget to check this out if you’re a Company who’d like to bring The Brave Millennial in for your female millennial employees!

I’m so looking forward to finding a future time and date when I can attend one of their events and I’d love to have you guys join me! Comment below if you plan to attend any of their upcoming events!

I am proud to say that I am a Brave Millennial, and I hope you’ll be too!

Questions for you:

  • What does The Brave Millennial mean to you?
  • What are some other organizations that share important messages like this one?
  • What do you think of their website?

Thanks guys! See you tomorrow!

Ellen 🙂




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