To cap off this most extremely online year, nofilter is asking some of the coolest creators and smartest internet culture experts for a few of their favorite—and one of their least favorite—social media posts of 2020.

Pamela Zapata, who has worked at companies like Ryan Seacrest Productions and E! Entertainment, struck out on her own last year to launch the management, PR, and consulting firm Society Eighteen. Her favorite posts of 2020 reflect everything you’d expect from an internet-savvy female founder, from the inspiring to the all-too-real. (Read more 2020 picks here.)


Kamala Harris’ victory speech

As a first generation American woman, Kamala Harris’ victory speech was unbelievably moving. It was an extremely powerful moment and it’s such an inspiration to see a woman of color hold one of the most powerful seats in office. 

Words and phrases redefined for 2020

This carousel post was the best way to summarize my year. #enoughsaid

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez


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AOC is certainly a role model and someone I’ve admired for some time now. This post articulates how multifaceted we are as women.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The passing of RBG was one of the most tragic occurrences of the year. Her accomplishments as a Supreme Court justice have been admirable and have paved the way for women today. 

The Journey of a Female Entrepreneur

Loved this post because it clearly articulates the emotional roller-coaster I face daily as an entrepreneur. 

Working From Home

I hated this post but only because it was unbelievably relatable. Although I have typically loved the flexibility of working from home, this extended period of working remote has made it extremely hard to focus and unplugging has been increasingly challenging.