Model & Activist Jessica Megan joins the Vogue Teen Weekend Industry Line-up
This year’s Vogue Teen Weekend Online Event is shaping up to be a valuable exchange of ideas with the fantastic industry speaker line-up.
We are pleased to announce that amongst the speakers will be curve model, activist and content creator, Jessica Megan.
Jessica is a force to be reckoned with, speaking out about important matters affecting teens including; mental health, body positivity, race and feminist issues as well as her incredible charity work. With this in mind, the Condé Nast College is delighted to welcome her to our online event to discuss these important issues, and also her experiences within the media industry and the vital work she is undertaking to make changes for the better.
About Jessica Megan
Jessica was nominated by Cosmopolitan for Health & Well-being Influencer of the year 2019. She appeared in Channel 4’s controversial documentary “Bring Back the Bush” where she spoke openly about – and revealed – her pubic hair, in an effort to encourage national conversation about the double standards surrounding body hair.
She is an official ambassador for the Breast Cancer Charity Coppafeel! as well as Anti-Bullying Charity Ditch the Label and Bloody Good Period, a charity that provides menstrual products for refugees, asylum seekers and those who are unable to afford them.
She has also appeared in BBC’s Glow Up and John Frieda’s Dream Curls Commercial.
Jessica is extremely passionate about sexual wellbeing and self-love, and as such has become a role model in her field. Her followers look to her for guidance on a wealth of topics, such as feminism, fashion, beauty, sex, body confidence and relationship issues.
Jessica will be joining the weekend’s events and talks alongside members of the Condé Nast team at Vogue and Glamour, as well as other industry professionals.
Find out more about the Vogue Teen Weekend Online Event taking place on 4th & 5th July 2020 and book your place to join the conversation around the topics that really matter!