Some girls rock to the extreme that they could have a sequel to their #GirlsRock post.
Jen Friel fits the bill. I can’t even give her a proper introduction, because where do you start? You know that person at the party who has done literally everything? This is Jen. yes, she’s CRO of Dropin Inc., a live video platform.
Yes, she’s creator of the relationship blog called Talk Nerdy to Me, where nerds, tech and sex collide.
She has an Imdb page, guys. She’s a passionate entrepreneur, animal lover and total goofball (I ganked that from her site.) She has this kickass blog, too. She’s a LinkedIn contact I sought out for a possible freelance piece for a feminist magazine.
(“I am 100% a feminist,” she said when I asked. Me too, I said. And she still went along with this.)
Just … read this post. This girl follows her heart, and is there really anything more than that? Click the links. Trust me on this one. She shows us all how much #GirlsRock and is unapologetic for being textually active. And here’s her Twitter.
CD: When you were little, what did you think you’d be when you grew up?
JF: I wanted to be Kelly Kupowski. I also started typing when I was 2 and had my first computer “company” at 8. I’ve always done my own thing and built my own way.
CD: At age 8, my biggest ambition was to get all the Star Wars figures. Impressive! What did your computer company do, and what was it called?
JF: Yeah, that’s what started everything, realizing “where there was a will there could be a way.”