Q & A with the PPG Intern, Whitney!
This summer has been jam packed with tons of exciting happenings, but we have been hiding one of the best ones behind the scenes for two weeks now!
PPG got it's first official intern!
We've had the privilege of welcoming Whitney M. to the girl squad this summer, courtesy of the Big Buddy Level Up Program! We got matched with Whitney because she has strong interests in entrepreneurship, business, and public speaking. So far, we think it's a perfect match!
We thought it'd be only right that we sit down for a Q&A for y'all to get to know her, too!
"There is no force more powerful than a woman determined to rise!"
Q: Tell us a little about yourself! A: My name is Whitney Je’Nae Moore, but most people know me as Whit Je’Nae. I am 17 years old, I'm from Baton Rouge, Louisiana and I am a 2018-2019 Scotlandville Magnet High School senior.
Q: What's something you like to do in your spare time or for fun? A: In my spare time, I love to hang out with my friends, or entertain people on social media. My friends and I eat often at Waffle House - my favorite food to eat is waffles.
Q: What are some things you're passionate about or most interested in? A: Skincare. My interests in skin care and cosmetics developed around the age of 13. At 13 is when puberty really got a hold of me. I started to pay more attention to my skin and became more cautious with the products I used for it.
Q: What are some of your life goals? Where do you see yourself in the future? A: My aspiration in life is to dominate in the field of business. I’d love to build a empire that touches people’s lives for decades to come.
Q: Why did you choose to intern with Power Pump Girls this summer? A: Our goals and interest are alike. [Raina and Sherin] are young and working day and night to accomplish goals.
Q: What are your post-graduation plans? A: After graduation, I’d like to attend Clark Atlanta University, Louisiana State University, or Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. I haven’t yet decided a major but, the college I choose [will have] a lot to do with it.
Whitney has been working hard since day 1 on her intern projects, even developing her own business plan! We're thrilled to have her and hope that her internship experience yields her more than she could have ever imagined.