Wed, 28 January 2015
Jenna Nicholas gave a speech to the Queen of England and Archbishop Desmond Tutu when she was 12 years old. Her childhood friend is actress Emma Watson and her collective life experience has made her a powerhouse influencer at the age of 24.
She and Jake used to run around London and San Francisco together as teens, and they reunited on this episode of The Jake Show.
Jenna is the CEO and Founder of Phoenix Global Impact, a consultancy focused on investment strategy of big companies and re-allocating investments to sustainable energies. Currently, she is working with a $4.5 billion social movement, Divest-Invest Philanthropy.
A fascinating and insightful young woman, Jenna talks openly about her belief in the Baha'i Faith, how it has informed how she moves in the world and also speaks quite vulnerably about growing up without a dad in her life.
A shining example for all women and young 20-somethings everywhere.
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate produced by Kodi Seaton, James Mccrae, Max Mogensen and Topher Keene (c) 2015 JAKE INC All Rights Reserved