Jolie Brownell is kicking ass in a major way. At only 18, Jolie’s commitment to service and spearheading the I AM THAT GIRL message everywhere is evident in everything she does. She has a great entrepreneurial spirit, drive, passion, and a vision on how to create and implement programs and services to inspire young women and encourage them to love themselves. Recently, she worked with her local Girls Inc organization in Portland, Oregon to help build curriculum and is even facilitating events. Last year, Jolie self published her first book called “Me Too” a collection of poetry, writing, and quotes on body acceptance, confidence, goal setting, and healthy relationships. In December, she even donated the proceeds back to I AM THAT GIRL. Jolie has not only started two I AM THAT GIRL chapters, she now works as an intern for the national organization because she wants to have an even great impact.