Jerry Bruckheimer bought my life rights (twice).
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Bio

B. Dec 8, 1984


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myers briggs = intj

For every five hundred women, only four have an INTJ profile. Natural leaders and highly competent they may be, but they are often misunderstood. Here's why:

INTJ stands for Introverted, Intuition, Thinker, and Judgment. It's one of the sixteen Myers-Briggs profiles, the most popularly utilized psychometric test in the world. Corporations often use the MBTI to determine whether the person is well-suited to a particular job or not. INTJs are natural leaders but prefer not to be leaders. They only take on leadership roles when it's important that they do.

Other names for INTJs are strategists and system-builders. She relates to others in an intellectual and objective way. She is an independent thinker, and she doesn't want your advice. She's highly competent, and when she discovers that you are, too, she will open to you. Of course, this makes an INTJ woman not everyone's cup of tea ...

 

::waves:: Hi, I'm @JenFriel 

Jen Friel of DropIn, Inc. founded her first computer “company” at age 8, teaching adults how to use WordPerfect, Juno and Prodigy. Today, she is known for her website Talk Nerdy To Me, Lover, which has been optioned by Warner Bros. and Jerry Bruckheimer. In August of 2015, Talk Nerdy To Me, Lover was purchased by CBS for a put pilot (a pilot with a penalty if it doesn't get air time)

For the past decade, Jen has held various positions in movie marketing and indirect cellular activation sales--and she was a personality on the new startup, LiveVideo.com, while working for one of the principals at MySpace. Jen was part of the three-person team that built the Throwback.to Facebook page (an IAC property) from 4,000 likes to over 500K in less than 9 months, with a routine reach of over 9.4 million. On the small screen, Jen was a part of Comcast's first “social television” network called Vidblogger nation, available for three seasons in over 50 million homes. She was also featured on the first season of the hit CNBC show, West Texas Investors Club, where she pitched her app, Whats Up The App, LLC. She received a $50,000 investment from Rooster McConaughey and Butch Gilliam, and sold WUTA in July of 2015 to local business owners in Islamorada, FL. 

Jen speaks nationally at conferences such as The Women Powering Technology Summit and The Social Media Strategies Summit, and she was invited by California State University to be a Professor For A Day for two consecutive years. Jen currently resides with the love of her life, her 70 lb puppy, Buster Brown, in Los Angeles.