Jenny Lorenzo is a Cuban-American actor and multi-faceted video producer from Miami, FL, who is known for her work with Aggressive Comix, BuzzFeed's Pero Like and now We Are Mitú, where she creates comedic, viral content aimed towards Latinx millennials. She was a recent finalist for "Best Content Creator for a Digital Network" at the Tecla Awards and was awarded "Best Internet Personality" at The Geekie Awards in 2014. All in all, she is a fun-sized geek who also happens to be your Cuban abuela. "Ponte un suéter!"
Here's where you'll find Jenny Lorenzo
June 22, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM 1 hour
Controlling Your Career as a Female Creator
Add to Calendar 06/22/2017 11:00 AM 06/22/2017 12:00 PM America/Los_Angeles Controlling Your Career as a Female Creator These women are busting open the door and through the glass ceiling of the boys’ club. Learn how all these women craft content, direct teams, manage social, and stay in the driver’s seat while they shake up this traditionally male-dominated ecosystem of tech and media. | Room 209 | false MM/DD/YYYY
June 23, 2017
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM 1 hour
Beyond the Stereotypes: Creating Videos for a Latinx Digital Audience
Add to Calendar 06/23/2017 14:00 PM 06/23/2017 15:00 PM America/Los_Angeles Beyond the Stereotypes: Creating Videos for a Latinx Digital Audience Since the rise of online filmmaking, digital video has a provided a space for new, young, Latinx creators to tell their own stories. This panel brings together various Latinx creators to share the ups and downs of creating Latinx content, from using childhood to generate concepts, to the struggle of authentically representing a voice. | Fresh Faces Stage | false MM/DD/YYYY
June 24, 2017
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM 1 hour
Responsibility to Your Audience?
Add to Calendar 06/24/2017 12:30 PM 06/24/2017 13:30 PM America/Los_Angeles Responsibility to Your Audience? Listen to creators discuss how much responsibility to their audiences they think they have. From off-hand jokes to fabrications and inaccuracies, to what extent do these influencers hold themselves accountable? | Room 209 | false MM/DD/YYYY