What is Generation Tribe?
Generation Tribe aims to provide an online space for teenage girls and young women, inspiring them follow their dreams, whatever they may be.
The aim is to empower young girls to go out and make their dreams happen with career guides, success stories and advice from women who have achieved their career ambitions.
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We think many young women struggle with self-esteem, confidence and anxiety, particularly around their futures. That’s why we wanted to create a space where teenagers can read stories of women who have been in their shoes but have gone out and created a life they love.
We think it’s important to show girls lots of examples of people who have succeeded in their careers and create a community where successful women are accessible and seen by the younger generation.
As well as success stories, we’ll feature relationship advice, budgeting tips and guides on living sustainably, whether it’s ethical and natural beauty products or lowering your carbon footprint.
Who are we?
Bex and Charlotte are journalists from the UK who wanted to set up an inspiring online community for ambitious young women. Both are the eldest of ‘sister tribes’ and want to use their elder-sibling skills in paving the way to help a wider community of girls.
Bex has worked as a newspaper journalist for seven years in Chichester, Eastbourne and Brighton. She has a degree in Philosophy and English from the University of Sussex.
Bex loves books, travelling and all things mystical. She is also a Game of Thrones obsessive and is a self-confessed nerd, spending her spare time doing online courses, family trees and astrology.
Journalism has allowed her to travel to Iceland for the i newspaper, try windsurfing in Bracklesham Bay, interview Brian May of Queen-fame and cover major events like Brighton Pride.
But she also loves being part of a community, telling people’s stories and helping to make a difference, which is why she is proud to be a co-founder of Generation Tribe.
Charlotte has been a journalist for eight years training at Highbury College in Portsmouth. She has a degree in film and media studies from University of Winchester
She spent two years working in local newspapers in Horsham and Haywards Heath before becoming a feature writer at etc Magazine.
Her passions include music, film, reading and human interest stories. In her role she has interviewed a number of bands and singers from Olly Murs to Editor, Wolf Alice to Paloma Faith and Huey Morgan from Fun Lovin’ Criminals.
Charlotte has been a mentor to two girls through The Girls Network and is excited about sharing stories through Generation Tribe and inspiring the leaders, scientists, and entrepreneurs of the future.