My name is Jenny*.

I was born in Queens, New York and raised the only child of South Korean immigrants in the Chicago suburbs during the height of the Bulls’ dynasty. I don’t recall seeing a single game on TV. My first sports memory is, instead, of waking up before dawn to watch Korea advance to the semifinals at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. 

In the years since, neither the Bulls nor the Korean national football team have seen the success that matched that of the 90s and early aughts. 

I guess what I’m trying to say is that I’ve had a lifetime of managing disappointment. 

*I don't actually like being called Jenny, but I've gone by it for so long I don't know how else to live.

Droga5, New York, NY (May 2017-Present)
Creative Director

Walrus, New York, NY (June 2016-Aug 2016)
Creative Intern 

Careers In Nonprofits, Chicago, IL (Sept 2013-July 2015)
Operations/Communications Coordinator 

Honorable Mentions

Private tutor, writing center consultant, program assistant, editorial intern, frozen yogurt peddler, tea seller and workbook grader/unintentional child laborer. 


VCU Brandcenter, Richmond, VA
MS, Business - Branding/Copywriting 

DePaul University, Chicago, IL
BA, English - Creative Writing Concentration