Le'ts learn to get creative with video with ex Google Product Manager, video tool creator and Co Founder of Kapwing Julia Enthoven.
Julia is the co-founder and CEO of Kapwing, an online video editor for creative professionals. Julia left her job as a Google Product Manager to start Kapwing last July with Eric Lu, another X-Googler. Before Google, she graduated from Stanford in Mathematical Computer Science and loves running, playing volleyball, and exploring San Francisco!"
Get ready for some high energy as I chat with Media Maverick TeeJ Mercer as she shares how we can Pimp our PR.
Tee J’s street cred:
As one of Hollywood’s most highly sought after TV editors, for two decades I influenced the lives of millions through storytelling. I spent time with ABC, NBC, MTV, OWN, WeTV, The Style Network, HGTV, The History Channel, Bravo and the Walt Disney Company – beginning with the entertainment magazine hit Extra, and including the long-running The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Recently, I worked with comedic giants Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish on their upcoming film Night School, as the Behind-The-Scenes Producer and recently wrapped on location in Atlanta working with the legendary icon Samuel L. Jackson and Jessie T. Usher on the next Shaft movie.
Despite no prior aspirations to be a writer, in 2012 I felt divinely inspired to write my first book. And I did it in a week! 40 Days Till 40RTY: Life Lessons from the Ramblings of my UNFILTERED Thoughts has received several honors including three Beverly Hills Book Awards, is an Amazon Bestseller, and was downloaded almost 10,000 times in two days, on six continents.
Because of my third book, The 6-Figure Battered Wife: My Path to Resilience, I was the featured speaker for the season premiere of "The Round" on BET's sister network, Centric TV, now called BETHer.
My Media Mavericks and I have been featured on networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CW and on shows like The Steve Harvey Show, The Doctors, and Dr. Oz. My Mavericks have also displayed their authority in The Huffington Post, Psychology Today, Inventors Digest, The Breakfast Club, and too many radio shows and podcasts to count.