Metiza in the News
The editor-in-chief of Metiza shares her goals of expanding publication through including diverse contributions.
Carson Mlnarik, The State Press ⋅ 28 February 2017
Paige Bird, the editor-in-chief of Metiza, recently spoke to ASU clubs about her publication, its goal to empower and give a voice to young women and the journey that got her to where she is now. Metiza, which reached its first anniversary in mid-February, is an online platform focused on maintaining a positive community centered on “real stories of substance,” ranging in content from relationships and beauty to hard news and art …
Metiza shares honest stories geared towards the interests of real girls.
MacKinley Lutes-Adluhoch, The Chic Daily ⋅ 8 February 2017
When Paige Bird steps into a room, a burst of energy and excitement follows. Her passion for positivity is simply radiant. She is no doubt a powerhouse who works like a maniac to maintain Metiza Magazine in all of its unique glory. Metiza Magazine is a publication striving to build a community that encourages young women to be the authentic version of themselves. The Arizona State University Fashion Journalism Club was fortunate enough to speak with the managing director and editor-in-chief of Metiza, Paige Bird. She brought her awesomeness, and we brought our listening ears …
Multicultural website is a publication that offers positive stories for and by real girls.
Macala Wright, PSFK ⋅ 10 March 2016
Media portrayal of how women should look, act and be has reached a tipping point—it’s unrealistic and it’s damaging to younger generations. How does one combat it? You start a community that challenges every media norm targeted at young girls and women. Enter Metiza, a new positive online community focused on inspiring and encouraging young women to be their best selves. The Seattle-based platform was founded by serial entrepreneur Selina Petosa along with Editor-in-Chief Paige Bird …
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