GiGi Molen

Gigi Molen is a rising senior in high school and is currently interning at SeeHer. In her free time, she plays sports and spends time with her family and friends. 

In this week’s blog, GiGi talks about how she plans to #SeeHer throughout the year and what inspires her to be her best self. 

What are your tips for young girls on how they can SeeHer in the upcoming school year?

Be confident! Allow yourself to be who you are. If you have a question in class, ask that question. One thing I struggled with in high school especially is constantly worrying what other people think about me. After many years of struggling, I finally came to realize everyone is worried about themselves and no one is thinking about you but yourself. Don’t let yourself be your worst enemy. Stay positive and love yourself! 

What is your back to school playlist?
I have been listening to a lot of female driven pop music this year. Take a look at some of the artists that have been inspiring me below. 

  • Shake it off – Taylor Swift
  • Kiss Me More – Doja Cat, SZA
  • Good As Hell – Lizzo, Ariana Grande
  • Woman – Doja Cat
  • Good 4 u – Olivia Rodrigo
  • Levitating – Dua Lipa

How will you SeeHer in Sports throughout your senior year?

Being a senior in high school gives me the opportunity to help lead the lower classmates and empower them to be strong leaders. I feel like my best self on the field when I take on a leadership role and I want my teammates to feel comfortable doing the same as they continue to grow throughout high school. 

Who is inspiring you in the media right now?

TikTok sensation Remi Bader has been my biggest inspiration right now. When I see her on social media speaking about body positivity and being comfortable with herself, it inspires me as I have struggled with body confidence. Seeing her love herself and be open about her mental health inspires me to do the same. Everyone has a beautiful body and should embrace what they have. She is leading the way in  the body positivity movement, and I would love to follow in her footsteps and help young girls be confident in themselves.