Orlando, FL, April 11, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Lindsey Turnbull, founder and CEO of MissHeard Media, is named one of UCF’s 30 Under 30 alums. The 30 Under 30 Awards program recognizes outstanding young alumni who strive for greatness in their professional and personal lives. This year’s class includes marketing and communications professionals, entrepreneurs, engineers, software specialists, attorneys, education leaders, doctors, nurses, the youngest-elected Florida state representative and a football star, among others.
“I am honored to be recognized by my alma mater! At UCF, I studied history, anthropology, and women’s studies, and served as the Program Coordinator of the Young Women Leaders Program. Every aspect of MissHeard reflects what I learned from the people and programs at UCF, and it is very exciting to win this award.”
“This year’s 30 under 30 class is a group of trailblazing young alumni who have made an impact within their professions, communities, and this university in the early stages of their careers. The record-breaking accomplishments of this group are inspiring, and they rank as the best of the best from UCF’s accomplished young alumni base,” says Mike Kilbride ’12, chair of UCF’s Young Alumni Council. “UCF is a special place, and it is inspiring to see so many of our graduates building on their UCF experience to make an impact in our community and around the country.”
“Writing for MissHeard Media has been a really eye-opening experience! It has helped me see that other girls have the same passions I do.” – Grace S., former Teen Advisory Board Member
MissHeard Media offers spaces for teen girls to elevate their voices and create community. MissHeard Media is unique because we connect girls to the globe, one shared experience at a time, and empower them with tools they need to navigate the world through our blog and in-person experiences.
Founded by a girl-advocate with nearly a decade of experience working with girls on leadership, and backed by a board of teen girls and youth-related professionals, MissHeard aims to break the mold of traditional teen media by focusing on girl-centered and -created content to foster empowered, girl-positive communities. MissHeard Media wants to create a world where all teen girls feel understood, prepared, confident, and most of all, heard.