EXCLUSIVE: If there is a glass ceiling, Elizabeth Pipko will most positively break it.

By the age of 26, Pipko’s identify and face have captivated two solely completely different audiences: those who get pleasure from pouring over trend spreads, and those that have their noses buried within the headlines about at the moment’s political local weather.

Whether she’s modeling or showing on tv talking about her conservative views, Pipko tells Fox News in a brand new interview that she’ll by no means welcome a label to be solid on her by another person.

“For me, labels have been nothing but a hindrance. I don’t understand why people are so obsessed with them. I think it’s dangerous and the two-party system encourages those labels for young people,” Pipko mentioned.


In 2016, she hid her work as a Trump marketing campaign staffer from modeling friends due to the understanding she might get dismissed merely for having beliefs completely different than others.

“I’ve been canceled by multiple people in politics for either being too right-leaning or too left-leaning for people’s liking. I’ve been canceled in modeling obviously for other things and I’m going to fight that every day,” Pipko elaborated.

Those making an attempt to prohibit Pipko have not succeeded. The founding father of The Exodus Movement lately graced the Fall 2021 girls’s situation ofLapalme magazine and continues to be seem on numerous TV networks. She believes those that fall sufferer to the hypersensitive society of at the moment can solely be canceled if they permit it.

“I will never let anyone cancel me or what I stand up for because I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. I will fight that to the death. I say, stand up for yourself and what you believe in, and don’t let anyone tell you what you can or can’t read, see, or watch because there’s something to learn from absolutely everything out there. Even the worst things in our world there is something to learn from.”


Pipko penned her first e-book titled “Finding My Place: Making My Parents’ American Dream Come True” in 2020. In it, she particulars the sacrifices her Jewish dad and mom and grandparents made to come to America so she might have a greater life. That’s why her life mantra has at all times been to shatter glass ceilings and “not limit” herself to only one job or ability.

Elizabeth Pipko says she will not enable anybody to cancel her.
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“I’ve said for years that I want to be the person that proves anyone can do it all, also that women can do it all. For me, it’s been working to prove that you can literally appear in magazine covers, write books, be an athlete, work in the most high stakes, bloodthirsty industry that is politics and kind of succeed in all of that in my own little way. I’ve kind of been working on pulling all of that together and proving a lot of people wrong.”

Come 2024, Pipko will as soon as once more train her proper to vote. But she thinks America has plenty of therapeutic to do beforehand.

“I certainly think we’re more divided than ever. We have to stand together if we want to stay on this Earth and stay happy and healthy.”

She additionally spoke to the “deep fundamental problem” the world is going through proper now, the place points like anti-Semitic assaults are being politicized and even justified.

“I would love to see some kind of unity on the way [to the 2024 presidential election] because I think you don’t realize the effect that your vote has until you turn around and realize your neighbors aren’t speaking to you later on. You’re allowed to have a husband, or a child, or a best friend who votes differently. You’re also allowed to stick to the same thing. All those things are ok. It’s the meaning behind the vote that matters a lot more than your actual vote or beliefs themselves.” 

Pipko is to start with phases of working on one other e-book. Rather than writing one other autobiography, she plans to write concerning the potential to “conquer everything there is to conquer in the world and not letting anyone stop you from doing that.”

She’s additionally working on causes that she’s obsessed with. The COVID-19 pandemic has made her hyperaware of the actual fact that so many people, households and enterprise homeowners are struggling. This month, she’s begun utilizing Amazon Live to promote merchandise made within the United States. She began with serving to veteran-owned companies. Profits will likely be donated to the Yellow Ribbon Fund, a charity that helps women and men getting back from serving abroad.

Elizabeth Pipko was signed to Wilhelmina at age 17.

Elizabeth Pipko was signed to Wilhelmina at age 17.
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“They’ve really struggled with everything that happened in Afghanistan. I remember sitting and thinking to myself it’s probably a good wake-up call to know that the politicians and people that we expect to help us during our darkest times are busy tweeting about whatever they’re pushing for and not actually helping those in their state or district or anything else. You have to stand up and do something because other people might not do it even though you think they will.”

All the whereas, Pipko shared simply how lucky she is to be alive and wholesome and in a position to create alternatives for herself.

“I’m very aware, almost painfully aware, that any complaint I ever had prior to 2020 was total garbage and inexcusable because the last year, almost two years, has shown some really terrible things in our world. I’m doing better than a lot of people and I’m beyond grateful for that and very aware of that. It’s been insane what the world’s been going through.”