Got a Girl Crush is a blog and annual print magazine about women, by women, for everyone.
We feature the badass accomplishments of women in hopes to inspire others to do the same.
We aim to disrupt the broken narrative of most women's publications and tell stories of all ages, races, and backgrounds of women all over the world. We believe that print is not dead and that there is value to having a tangible medium to read, digest, and share--rather than sharing a link online that is easily forgotten tomorrow.
It all started in 2009 as a blog by internet pals from opposite sides of the US (Meg Wachter in Brooklyn and Andrea Cheng in San Francisco) to celebrate the inspiring women out there today that manifest and empower us to go out and accomplish cool things. In 2011 we brought this project to its physical form and got started on Got a Girl Crush Magazine. Partly because it was the perfect excuse to meet our lady crushes in real-life, but mainly to celebrate the inspiring women out there today who are doing cool ass shit. In 2015 Andrea left to take on a position at Facebook and Amanda Stosz stepped in as our Creative Director. We are now Brooklyn-based, with help from all over the globe!
In addition to the blog and magazine, we aim to bring connectivity beyond the page and screen by hosting events and pop-ups to bring our audience together and build community.
is a photographer, retoucher, avid cyclist, community organizer, ice cream enthusiast, and Editor-in-Chief of Got a Girl Crush. She recently moved to Los Angeles with her two dogs, a 14-year-old turtle, and her husband. She perpetually has Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know” stuck in her head.
was Got a Girl Crush's first Editorial Intern and continues to be a contributor and editorial assistant. Rachel is a University of Chicago student and amateur ceramicist living in Brooklyn. She currently works as a nanny and children's art teacher, and enjoys knitting, small dogs, and SZA. INSTA: @rachelk.lee
is a 20-something freelance writer from the midwest with publications in Teen Vogue and Got a Girl Crush. She’s also a college student pursuing a double major in Piano Performance and English Literature. In her free time, she is a grassroots organizer, board member for her local chapter of the National Organization for Women, and campaign manager for a Missouri state representative.
Lauren is a content editor and digital marketer, focusing on holistic wellness, body positivity, culture, and spreading awareness of the diversity of afro-textured hair. When she isn't obsessing over the latest tech trends, she can be found curating playlists on Spotify, meditating over a cup of coffee, or owning the social media profiles for Impact Hub Houston.
is a government lawyer by day, and a freelance writer and Editor in Chief of supremecourtreview.com by night. When she’s not working, you can find her reading, practicing yoga, hiking, playing soccer, using her MoviePass, at a literature reading, occupying the center of a dance floor, or in her Brooklyn apartment snuggling her cat, Willow.