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In this Episode, Minority Trailblazer Victoria shares;
- How to deal with being laid off
- How to find opportunities when looking for a job
- How to deal with dating when your chasing your dreams
- and much much more
Information About Victoria:
She is the Founder and CEO of VJR Enterprises, a consulting company dedicated to elevating, enriching, and empowering people to become the best version of themselves. She has been a Career Strategist and Brand Consultant for over 11 years shifting mindsets from “I can’t. I’m too scared.” To “I can and I will”. She is also the President and Co-Founder of The Female Collaborative, a new age, progressive women’s network dedicated to providing guidance and solutions to the challenges women face both personally and professionally.
She has coached professionals from entry-level to executives, with significant results across industries worldwide. Her clients both private and corporate, range from small to Fortune 500 and include Barclays Wealth, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Goldman Sachs, iHeartMedia, Jet, Johnson & Johnson, Morgan Stanley and much more. Prior to becoming a full-time entrepreneur, Victoria Jenn managed talent development at Johnson & Johnson overseeing early career pipeline talent programs and developing robust diversity best practice strategies for the Consumer Marketing and Sales businesses.
She began her career on Wall Street at Lehman Brothers followed by Barclays Wealth with a focus on sales & trading servicing both high net worth and institutional clients. She also sits on the Board of the Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls located in the South Bronx of New York, a charter school dedicated to creating the next generation of female global leaders.
AND she is a proud graduate of Baruch College where she received her bachelor’s degree and currently resides in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
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