Boston - Boston College

Woohoo, you found a chapter near you! Are you doing your happy dance yet?? Now is your chance to belong to a community that will have your back, lift you up, see your greatness, and listen to what you have to say. It's a community that not only lives in your town, but exists all around the world. Joining a local chapter will light you up from the inside out - you will get to express, discover and love exactly who you are alongside girls doing the same. You will be part of a culture that stands for each other and speaks whatever truth there is to share, without limitations.

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  • commented 2016-11-18 07:07:59 -0800
    Hi! I am so excited that you all have established a chapter in Boston. Let me tell you a bit about myself which will make my enthusiasm more clear! My name is Hamaseh Sorooshian. I am running for Miss Massachusetts USA 2017, for the chance to represent the state of Mass in the Miss USA 2017 pageant. I am running on a platform that strongly encourages women to love themselves, and portray themselves and their bodies positively in the media. I use my website, where I share my 10 year long experience overcoming Body Dismorphic Disorder, what it means to be a “bigger” girl in a pageant, and finally tools that I used and hope for others to use to overcome anxiety. My inspiration comes from this questions of “if you could tell your younger self one thing, what would it be”. I think about this scenario in everything I do, and I see now that being involved in I AM THAT GIRL is doing the exact same. I love your mission, I am inspired by this platform, and will do anything I can to make a difference with you all. How can I get involved? How can we use our platforms to work together? Let’s get in touch. My website is www.hamasehs.com – looking forward to hearing from you.
  • commented 2016-03-01 17:25:02 -0800
    Throughout the course of my time at BC, I have had many ups and downs. I have formed many strong relationships and created memories that I will never forget. Though I may seem outgoing and extraverted, my confidence in myself has steadily declined throughout the years. Now that I am a Junior applying to internships, I can’t stop comparing myself to my peers and doubting my abilities. I want to stop putting so much pressure on myself, learn to believe in myself, and make the most of every day that I have here and I am so excited that IATG has a chapter at BC. I hope to learn how to look past my flaws and weaknesses and transform my “self doubt” into self-love by connecting with other students who might be going through the same struggle.

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