The 20-year-old Olympian and her sister are featured in the photo series as well as other celebs and their mentors including Chloe Moretz and her mom Teri, Gabourey Sidibe and producer Lisa Cortes and Iman and activist Bethann Hardison.
“I attribute so much of my growth, both personally and professionally, to strong guidance from my mentors. I couldn’t be more pleased to honor that special relationship by joining forces with #ActuallySheCan Mentorship, helping young women realize the value of the counsel mentors can provide,” Gabby explained.
See all that Gabby had to say about role models and her gymnastics career in the video below…
“Hey guys! Just wanted to let you know that I’m doing ok!” Gabby shared on Instagram on Tuesday (August 30). “I had a complication from a prior injury that caused a cyst to grow on a bone in my mouth. Got it removed and feeling much better now!”
She added, “Thanks for all your concerns and prayers ???? and HUGE thank you to the doctors that have taken care of me these last four days! #ontheroadtorecovery #butIstillgottagetthesewisdomteethout.”
The following day, Gabby stopped by SiriusXM Studios to chatted with Hoda Kotb. She recently opened up about her Olympics experience in spite of social media backlash.
“I had fun. Maybe people weren’t being fair on social media, but that’s social media for you. I just found things to be positive about. And there’s a lot to be happy about. We won the gold medal as a team, and it was just such an amazing experience. I came to the Olympics and won a gold medal! That’s still really awesome. I can only do what I can do, and if people want to say their stuff on social media, I can’t stop them,” she explained to People.