There is no limit to the impact a person can have when they wholeheartedly devote themselves to helping others. In the content series “Tell Her Story,” BDG Studios and JPMorgan Chase & Co. shine a light on three selfless women, as seen through those whose lives they have influenced the most. By meeting pivotal figures who have been bolstered, befriended, and helped by our heroes along the way, we’ll learn firsthand how one woman’s journey can impact an entire community.
Bree Jones Is Taking Back The Block
How one equitable real estate developer is lifting up her West Baltimore community.
How Ms. Congress Heights Got Her Name
Learn how one person can change an entire community.
Brenda Rosen Believes In The Power Of Long-Term Care For Those Experiencing Homelessness
How one native New Yorker is going above and beyond to help the city’s most vulnerable.
Gina Prince-Bythewood Explains The Toughest Scenes From 'The Woman King'
“I remember that night so distinctly, and I’m going to be honest, as a director, I still marvel.”
Romance Authors Are Mobilizing For Reproductive Rights
The lit community’s most dependable activists are back at it.
15% Pledge Director LaToya Williams-Belfort On The Impact Of Supporting Black Business
“Closing the racial wealth gap is good for all people, not just Black people.”
Before Working At Meta, This Exec Knew In College That Facebook Would Be Successful
Naomi Gleit’s senior thesis was all about the social media platform.
Jiu Jitsu Champ Kim Blake Is Pushing For More Women In The Sport
"Once you start to learn, you can feel so strong, empowered, and in a better position to protect yourself."
Selma Blair Wrote Through The Pain
Penning her memoir was strenuous, both physically and emotionally.
Photographer Lelanie Foster Reveals The Symbolism In Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Portrait
She talks to Bustle about getting the perfect shot.
Last Girlboss Standing
The unvarnished story of Glossier CEO Emily Weiss’s rise — and why she’s so resilient.
Why Collective Ownership Is Key To Empowering Women, According To Sharmadean Reid
Plus, the beauty products she can’t live without.
How The “Pressure To Be Perfect” Held Reshma Saujani Back
Before founding Girls Who Code, its founder hit rock bottom. She sits down with Leila Barghouty