Jason Scott Jenkins
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Jason Scott Jenkins

Director of Business Development

Los Angeles, California, United States
Member since August 19, 2015
Im responsible for seeking out new business opportunities for my company LightHeaded. A one of a kind innovative sports company Illuminating products. Quote_down
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Nebraska , BA

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Achievements (products built, personal awards won):

2 Tme Recipiet of the ESPN College Academic Award Banquet Medallion at the University of Nebrask in 1995 and 1996.

Phillips 66 Academic Honor Roll 1995 and 1996 at University of Nebraska.

If you are an entrepreneur, why?

I'm bursting with ideas!

My favorite startups:

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

Its frustrating when your constantly knocking on doors over and over, and know one answers.

Its so rewarding when someone finally answers the door and says yes. Sometimes the opportunity is bigger than you thought, because you were persistant.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?

Rushing with out the right people in place, and not having a good plan A and good plan B and a good plan C.

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

1) Things dont always happen when you want them to, so be patient and keep believing in what you have.
2) Build Relationships that will last a lifetime.
3) Be true to who you are and let your light shine.

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Jason Scott Jenkins (University of Nebraska)

VP, Business Development

Jason Scott Jenkins is the Director of Business Development on the LightHeaded

Team.  Jason is a member of the SAG/Aftra Union since 2004, which is the official union for actors. He has many years of experience as a executive producer and music supervisor for films.  Jason is a entrepreneur, and has great people skills.

Jason is a member of the back to back National Champion Nebraska Cornhusker

Football team in the mid 90’s, which is arguably the best college football team in history. Husker Nation ….Go BIG RED