April Speaker: Jen Noble
Jenesis is the birth of an idea. In video storytelling, that’s a pretty amazing feeling.
Jen Noble is passionate about her craft. She has a gift of taking a story subject, infusing it with captivating video and powerful writing that engages and inspires viewers.
Jen is a respected TV producer and writer with more than 30 years broadcast experience. Her production company, Jenesis Creative produces video content for clients like American Cancer Society, Johnson & Johnson, Sea World, American Heart Association, Johns Hopkins and Ashley Home Store.
Jen's work has aired on several media outlets, including PBS, NBC, CNN, Entertainment Television, Discovery and HGTV.
She has been privileged to write for network talent Jack Perkins, Jack Hanna, Dr. Dean Edell and Katie Couric.
She has been honored with 14 Emmys Awards, the Associated Press Award, two Griot Drum Awards and The Society of Professional Journalists’ Green Eyeshade Award.
She grew up in the Midwest in the small farming town of Freeport, Illinois, home of the Pretzels. In her spare time, Jen enjoys running, biking and rock climbing with her son, Ethan.
TOPIC OF DISCUSSION
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But how do you translate that same philosophy to video? It starts with the art of storytelling.
Jen Noble shares her method to finding the heart of a story and using the senses to create a captivating video that inspires viewers and leaves a lasting impression.
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