Jennifer Wangers graduated with a B.S. in Accounting and started her career at Ernst & Young, Chicago office. Her clientele included: Seagate Technology, Hewlett-Packard, Harley-Davidson and E-Trade.
Jennifer was instrumental in creating Sierra Club Green Home, the first-ever social entrepreneurship model attempted by the Sierra Club in its 124-year history. The purpose of SCGH.com is to enlighten the average American about sustainable practices in their home and daily lifestyle. After running SCGH.com for five years, Jennifer sold the site to digital marketing aggregator Fractl.
Jennifer studied environmental design and sustainability at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Following Art Center, she earned a Masters in Urban Planning and Sustainable Design at the University of California, Irvine. Jennifer is a LEED Accredited Practitioner. Ms. Wangers took two years off from publishing to fulfill her Fulbright scholarship, which she performed in Israel to teach a water management at Arava Institute in the Southern Israeli desert, and subsequently worked for Susan Rockefeller's family in Tel Aviv. Jennifer is a widely quoted media analyst and was previously a frequent green expert guest on ABC’s Good Morning America.
Away from work, Jennifer follows art and design avidly, serves on the Friends of the L.A. River Board, and is a long time hobbyist pilot trained in a Cirrus SR-22T, Cessna 414 and Beechcraft Duchess multi-engine aircraft.
It is Jennifer's firm belief that with the right tools and education, women have infinite potential. Entity is founded on the concept that building and refining lifelong skills as well as positive character traits will greatly enhance your future. Suffice it to say, Jennifer is a woman that does.
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Taryn Hillin is an Editor and Social Media Director for ENTITY. Prior to joining the team she was a producer at TMZ, an associate editor at The Huffington Post, and a features reporter for Fusion. She graduated from Yale with a degree in Political Science and Comparative Government. On a more personal note she loves West Coast IPAs and videos of baby goats.
Kayla studied magazine journalism at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. She has worked for publications such as Girls’ Life, Tiger Beat and DailyMail.com. The pop culture fanatic is known around the office as an expert on all things entertainment, baking and for having “the best manicured bangs ever seen on a real person.”
Erin graduated from the University of Southern California with a BA in Narrative Studies and a minor in Film. The former dancer is passionate about storytelling and discovered that writing is much easier on her joints. When Erin is not working, you can catch her listening to Motown, applying sunscreen or petting your dog.
Angelica is the intellectual feminist who loves to tackle big-picture topics. She did her Honors Thesis at UCSD on Postmodern Feminist Theory and Writing Practices. In her spare time, she enjoys playing the piano, hiking and anything to do with animals.
Chrissie graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a BA in Journalism Media Studies and minor in Graphic Design. When she's not staring at the computer, she can be found as the designated DJ in the car, globe trotting, and Zumba-ing. Check out Chrissie's work here.
You may know him as Patrick Coyle but in the office, he’s Pat Doyle, part-time senior delusionist, part-time video dynamo. He’s the brains behind Entity’s video content. On occasion Patrick can be spotted walking around the office swinging an imaginary golf club while listening to Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons.
Justine is someone who delights in collecting random experiences. She once saw a beautifully preserved squirrel ringed in foliage in the gutter of Huntington Drive.
Nicole Sazegar is a journalism student at San Diego State University. She fell in love with writing the moment after she finished reading a children’s book for the first time as a child, and she hasn’t lost that passion since. Nicole is also obsessed with dogs and will freak out and say the word “dog” every time she sees one pass her.
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