Interviewed By: Chloé Taylor Brown
Jacinta Render is quite determined—a young woman who is turning her dream of being a broadcast journalist into her daily reality. I met Jacinta a few years ago with her mother, Jolene Render, at one of my women’s PEP empowerment workshops. I have been inspired by her professional moves since then. I caught up with the busy millennial to find out what she has been up to since completing her master’s degree in journalism from Georgetown University.
Chloé – Jacinta, where did this start, and how did you take the steps to get to where you are now?
Jacinta – Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve always liked to be in the spotlight. Growing up, at family parties, one of my uncles was a videographer and a photographer. And my cousins and I would have talent shows, and my uncle would bring out his camcorder and record us singing and dancing. And whatever dream I have had since I was a little girl, my mother was making sure that I was going to be part of it. She realized that I really wasn’t shy.
Read the complete interview on page 95 in the Holiday issue of Flourish Digital Magazine.