Many people know of Elaine Weltroth’s work with Teen Vogue and of her lucky white boots, I was elated to find out she wrote a memoir. Because she was the youngest editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue and the first African American director of beauty and health at Condé Nast thought I would fall into a book that was full of advice on how she became just that, however, this book was the opposite. Instead of writing an advice book, she was honest about her career and how hard it was being a FOD (first, only, different) in her industry and what happens when you make to the top.
More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say) -- Elaine Welteroth
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Published: Viking - June 11th, 2019