My friends call me J-Lo, Jenny from the Block, and Jen-nay-nay. Take your pick. I hail from the land of 10,000 lakes (Minnesota) and yes, it gets cold there. I think sushi is the bomb. I am a senior at Brigham Young University studying Communications with an emphasis in Advertising and a minor in Creative Writing.
I appreciate inventive ideas and strategic execution sprinkled with a hint of humor. I am an urban adventurer and love all things city. I find beauty in the little details, the seemingly ugly, the unimpressive, and the often overlooked. I love to create, to inspire, to redefine. Organization is my middle name. Well, actually, it’s Joy; but organization does bring me joy. I see the glass half full. Sticky Notes are my BFF. I despise procrastination. I am never just prepared, I live 10 steps ahead. I believe you should never be too serious — laugh a little. Look for the good in life. Smile. I am as loyal as man’s best friend, minus the fur. I honor my promises, even the pinky variety. I am a perfectionist. I make everyone my amigo and ally. I am an enthusiastic learner and a dedicated doer. If projects were high school dodgeball, I would be the one the team captain call dibs on for their team.
View a PDF version of my resume here.
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ADVERTISING/COMMUNICATIONS CLASSES I HAVE TAKEN
– Mass Communications & Society
– Media Writing
– Intro to Advertising
– Media Ethics, Law, & Responsibility
– Visual Literacy
– Account Planning Management
– Social Media Management
– Advertising Research Methods
– Market Media Planning & Strategy
– Advertising Account Management
– Media Advocacy & Social Change
– Media Effects
→ I was an account management spring intern at Y&R New York, at which I worked on the Xerox account.
→ I have also worked on campaigns in Brigham Young University’s student run agency, AdLab.
Real clients. Real projects. Real cool.
I am all about dreaming big and crossing things off the bucket list. I believe the more we experience, the more we understand and the greater passion we have for life. Plus, bucket lists guarantee eternal bragging rights and legit storytelling.
Behold; my bucket list.