I'm a creative writer + coach, who got tired of telling people off when they said she majored in a useless degree. As a first-generation college graduate and the first in my family to earn a big-girl salary—I made a ton of rookie mistakes in corporate and in my consulting biz, but the one part I don't regret?
I'm Jenny Logullo.
I took full ownership of my career + I'm here to help you unlock the power of your story.
in the press
As a first-generation American and college graduate, I had to carve my own path that just wasn't in the books for my parents. A lot of my career growth and fulfillment has to be accredited to trial-and-error, hard work and tears, seeking business coaches and group support corners, and assessing when it's time to pivot and experiment.
Here I was, a student who received a full-ride scholarship to a Big Ten university, and my confidence and mental health was at an all time low. In 2014, I was awarded the Junior Quinn fictional writing award. I was known among my circle of friends as "the writer" and the "active listener." I went on to receive my B.A in Creative Writing from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
After graduation, my then fiancé (now husband) and I moved to Los Angeles. We drove out west in a mini-van sporting a "Cali-or-Bust!" decal on the side door. I had $600 in my pocket. We had subleased an apartment in Brentwood.
I worked as a social media specialist for an emerging e-Commerce brand and later took on a role in proposal writing to support marketing and sales growth. On the side, I was coaching and helping many people around me land their next gig by helping them craft a compelling resumé and nail their elevator pitch. I was good at what I did for a living, but I had bigger plans. Something in me told me to keep going.
In Fall 2019, I took the leap and started my coaching business part-time. A huge part of my former identity was fear. I was afraid to do poor in school, afraid to take on a path less traveled, and wanted to see success modeled for me. Fear kept me from doing what I always wanted to be doing because I was afraid of failure and being perceived a certain way...
Failure is part of the journey, though. I'm a firm believer in taking risks and documenting your growth journey. You'll be proud you did and can laugh later...
founded my coaching biz
Launched Resumé Power Hour 🎉
Let's Recap, shall we?
Graduated college + Moved to LA
grow through what you go through...
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"Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”