Looking effortlessly chic and poised during her interview, the Stanford graduate eloquently touched on mentorship with the GMA hosts.
“I came up not really having mentors in terms of a blueprint for what I wanted to do,” said Rae. “I found that a lot of my peers became my mentors, my network of people, and since then it’s been about coming up together, and now that I found some success in my industry, it’s been now about trying to open the doors for others,” Rae explained.
Towards the end of her interview Issa Rae further expressed,
“My biggest advice is to tap into what makes you “YOU,” she stated. ” I think sometimes we try to adapt too much, especially to corporate culture, and so much of who you are and what makes you unique matters to your journey.”