11 episodes

Welcome to Off She Goes — a podcast that features conversations with Gen Z girls of color who are making bold moves and changing the world! This podcast is hosted by Gabby Agustin, a 19-year-old Filipina storyteller and creative living in California. Follow @offshegoespod / @gm_ag on Instagram to stay up to date!

Off She Goes Gabby Agustin

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    • 4.7, 14 Ratings

Welcome to Off She Goes — a podcast that features conversations with Gen Z girls of color who are making bold moves and changing the world! This podcast is hosted by Gabby Agustin, a 19-year-old Filipina storyteller and creative living in California. Follow @offshegoespod / @gm_ag on Instagram to stay up to date!

    Ep. 11: Asian Experience in America, Brainstorming Writing Ideas as a Journalist, and The Lack of Asian Leaders in Business with Rehana Paul

    Ep. 11: Asian Experience in America, Brainstorming Writing Ideas as a Journalist, and The Lack of Asian Leaders in Business with Rehana Paul

    Rehana Paul is the founder and editor-in-chief of Overachiever Magazine, a publication written by and for Asian woman. She is currently pursuing a dual degree in business and international relations at American University. In this episode, Rehana shared how she started Overachiever Magazine, the biggest challenge Asian womxn face, what makes the Asian experience unique in America, how she brainstorms ideas as a journalist, and her passion for entrepreneurship. Follow Rehana on IG https://www.instagram.com/stylishpenne/. Follow Overachiever Magazine on IG https://www.instagram.com/overachievermagazine/. Vist Overachiever Magazine’s website https://www.overachievermagazine.com.

    • 47 min
    Ep. 10: Diversity on BookTube + Literature, Building Self-Confidence, & Using Social Media to Amplify Black Voices with Tahirah From SincerelyTahiry

    Ep. 10: Diversity on BookTube + Literature, Building Self-Confidence, & Using Social Media to Amplify Black Voices with Tahirah From SincerelyTahiry

    Tahirah is the NYC-based content creator behind SincerelyTahiry. She makes book, fashion, and lifestyle content on Youtube and Instagram. In this episode, Tahirah shared what books she’s been loving so far this year, how she started a BookTube channel, diversity on BookTube and literature, building self-confidence through fashion, and utilizing social media to amplify Black voices. Follow Tahirah on IG https://www.instagram.com/sincerelytahiry/. Subscribe to Tahirah’s Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/nerdbombburn. Follow Tahirah’s lifestyle brand https://www.instagram.com/thehonestclosetnyc/.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Ep. 9: Managing a Fashion Company at 17, The Intersection of Social Justice and Art, & Exploring Different Creative Passions with Madison Jade

    Ep. 9: Managing a Fashion Company at 17, The Intersection of Social Justice and Art, & Exploring Different Creative Passions with Madison Jade

    Madison Jade is a 17-year-old singer-songwriter and fashion designer based in California. She has her own fashion company called The Maddy Co where she designs custom handmade crochet clothing. Madison’s designs have been featured in Teen Vogue and on BET’s Black Girls Rock. Outside of fashion, Madison is also the founder of Forever Uplifted, a space for youth by youth that celebrates love through writing music and community building. In this episode, Madison shared how she built her fashion company from scratch, her process of creating a design, how her identity as a Black woman influences her outlook of fashion, and how she merges her creative passions in music, writing, and fashion. Follow Madison on IG https://www.instagram.com/maddymini/. Follow The Maddy Co on IG https://www.instagram.com/themaddyco/. Follow Forever Uplifted on IG https://www.instagram.com/foreveruplifted_/.

    • 45 min
    Ep. 8: Creating a Magazine for Young Creatives, Shooting with Lana Condor, & Building an App with Google Play with Anna Zhang

    Ep. 8: Creating a Magazine for Young Creatives, Shooting with Lana Condor, & Building an App with Google Play with Anna Zhang

    Anna Zhang is a photographer and creative director based in New York. She has shot celebrities like Bailee Madison and Lana Condor, and has worked with brands like Fujifilm and Uniqlo. Anna is the founder of Pulse Spikes, a magazine that publishes content related to entertainment, travel, lifestyle, and fashion. Besides being interested in the arts, Anna is passionate about technology. She created an app called Brightlove in collaboration with Google Play and has done research related to artificial intelligence. In this episode, Anna shared how she got started with photography, what her creative process is like, how she created Pulse Spikes, her experience photographing Lana Condor, how she collaborated with Google Play, and how art intersects with tech. // Follow Anna on IG https://www.instagram.com/colorflame/. Follow Pulse Spikes on IG https://www.instagram.com/pulsespikes/. Learn more about Brightlove https://www.instagram.com/brightloveapp/.

    • 50 min
    Ep. 7: Building a Media Company for Black Women, Dealing with Imposter Syndrome, & How the Black Lives Matter Movement Fails Black Women with Grace B.

    Ep. 7: Building a Media Company for Black Women, Dealing with Imposter Syndrome, & How the Black Lives Matter Movement Fails Black Women with Grace B.

    Grace B. is a 22-year-old writer and English and Literature student from Alberta, Canada. She is also the founder and editor-in-chief of Sorella Magazine, a digital media company that empowers Black women. In this episode, Grace shares how she built Sorella Magazine, the lack of representation of Black women in the media, how to deal with imposter syndrome, how the Black Lives Matter movement fails Black women, colorism, and more. Follow Sorella Magazine on IG https://www.instagram.com/sorellamagazine/. Visit Sorella’s website https://www.sorellamag.org. Sign the “Justice for Breonna Taylor” petition https://www.change.org/p/andy-beshear-justice-for-breonna-taylor. Donate to Breonna’s official GoFundMe https://www.gofundme.com/f/9v4q2-justice-for-breonna-taylor. Visit Breonna’s website to find more resources https://www.standwithbre.com. Additional Black Lives Matter resources https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co.

    • 59 min
    Ep. 6: Integrating Art with Activism, Campaigning for AOC, & Desegregating Schools in NYC with Imxn Abdul

    Ep. 6: Integrating Art with Activism, Campaigning for AOC, & Desegregating Schools in NYC with Imxn Abdul

    Imxn Abdul is a 22-year-old activist, organizer, storyteller, and creative based in New York City. She is the head of PR of Global Girlhood and Period NYC and one of the founding members of IntegrateNYC, an organization that stands for equity in New York City schools. In this episode, Imxn shares what it was like growing up with a multifaceted identity in modern day America, how she merges art and storytelling with her activism, how she campaigned for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, how she designed a shoe for Nike, and how she established IntegrateNYC. Follow Imxn Abdul on IG @theimxnabdul // Follow IntegrateNYC on IG @integratenyc // Follow Off She Goes on IG @offshegoespodcast

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Nina and Madison ,

Important, Inspiring, and Educational!

This podcast concept is extremely important and moving! Gabby is a powerful and brilliant host! Each episode is educational and encouraging! Listening to the conversations Gabby has with her talented guest are always inspiring and engaging. Cannot wait to continue following gabby and other women featured on the podcast!

-Nina & Madison from Weekly Wondering Podcast ✨

kelseylynnjones ,

So much wisdom!

Gabby is an incredible podcast host and speaker. She is definitely wise beyond her years and I love the episodes she has produced thus far. Keep it up girl 💞

zoekenealy ,

So inspiring

Such a unique approach to podcasting and very inspiring Gabby❤️

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