Inside Edition
Inside Edition 31 Dec 2020

Teen Pays for College by Naming Chinese Babies


Beau Jessup has named over 677,000 babies, and it's earned her enough money to pay for college and more. The teen created a website called "Special Name" that helps Chinese parents decide on an English moniker for their babies. At the age of 16, Beau was asked by one of her father's work colleagues to help pick an English name for her baby. She recognized the difficulty in choosing a name in a different language, and built a website to help. Inside Edition Digital's TC Newman has more.

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