Tell Her Story

Meet three women driving economic inclusion in their communities.

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.

Tell Her Story: Bree Jones
Tell Her Story: Monica Ray
Tell Her Story: Brenda Rosen
TV & Movies

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Amplifying Our Voices

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Quick Question

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Bustle Book Club

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By Samantha Leach
Rule Breakers

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Plus, the beauty products she can’t live without.

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Burnout Confessionals

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By Leila Barghouty