This 16-Year-Old Started Her Secret Identity Movement for All Women—Watch Rachael Share Her Own

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This 16-Year-Old Started Her Secret Identity Movement for All Women—Watch Rachael Share Her Own

16-year-old Lila Meltzer—daughter of New York Times-bestselling author Brad Meltzer—created the Her Secret Identity movement to empower women of all ages to embrace their true selves, take control of how they're perceived and use social media for good.

"Her Secret Identity is a movement that challenges societies assumptions about women by inviting them to reveal their true selves," Lila explains. "I created Her Secret Identity to face the challenges I was dealing with in my own life—and I thought that if I was going through these challenges and these problems as a young woman, then as teens and as all women, this is something that we're all going through together."

Women like Billie Jean King and Sheryl Sandberg have taken part in the movement and shared their secret identities. Watch Rachael share her own in the video above.

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