09/19/2014 09:51 am ET Updated Sep 19, 2014

How The #SoSheDid Campaign Is Empowering Young Women (WATCH)

It's not easy to be a teenage girl. Facing pressure from family, friends and the media to look and act a certain way, it can be difficult for a young woman to learn how to follow her own authentic path.

Victoria Song joined HuffPost Live host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss the purpose behind her not-for-profit organization, So She Did.

“I’m 27 and I had been sort of feeling this need to have a resource like this since I was a teenager in high school,” says Song. “What I really set out to do was create the resources I always wish I had to give me guidance in a nourishing perspective around career, life and love, but [also] really from the inside out.”

After graduating from business school and working with a variety of life coaches, Song started the #SoSheDid campaign, which asks women around the world what they're most proud of, to provide young girls with the resources she wishes she had as a little girl.

“What we really want to empower young women to do is to listen to their own internal compass,” explained Song.

To hear more of the conversation, watch the full HuffPost Live segment here.