Interview: Savannah Britt, World's Youngest Magazine Publisher at 14
Youngest Magazine Publisher at 14
Savannah Britt was a published poet by the age of eight.
By nine, she was hired as a paid reviewer of children's books for The Kitchen Table News - a New Jersey newspaper with a readership of 70,000.
But when that newspaper went under, Savannah
was left unemployed at the tender age of 11.
Like any great entrepreneur, Savannah
pulled herself up by her
own publication - a magazine called Girlpez
- making her
the youngest magazine publisher in the world.
Now 15, Savannah
has guided her
magazine as it has transitioned to an online-only format at Girlpez.com
hopes to use her
influence to strengthen girls and their communities.