Let’s meet a few of the Inventors…
I’ve said it before and I’ll keep on sayin’ it – I am one of the happiest casting call rejects ever! Oh the places rejection has taken me! Never in a million years could I have predicted how much one 24 hr. whirlwind of a trip to Chicago to pitch my silly little cleaning tool would impact the course of my life. Because of this experience I have reconnected with old friends and made valuable new ones. I recently launched JenCann Productions and am excited about earning some extra “buck rogers” (as we like to call them around here) for being creative and doing what I love.
I met so many fabulous ladies in Chicago over a year ago and have also become very close with a few fellow rejects from the NYC casting. I can speak for them when I say we are rooting for all of the ladies who were chosen and look forward to showing our support on Friday nights! This is one of my favs! If Debra’s Bake Huggers don’t make you say “Why didn’t I think of that?” I’ll eat my hat!
If you or someone you know made it on, please share with us so we can cheer you on!
Kelly Ripa! Sending big love and shouts to you, Mark, the Milojo crew, TLC and HSN for the incredible opportunity you are giving these hardworking, passionate Women Inventors! I am proud to be an inventor who comes from a family of inventors!
Next time you’re sitting on an airplane, look towards the outer edge of the wing and notice those two black sort of popsicle stick looking things. Those are called P-Static Precipitators and were invented by my Great Grandfather, John Christian Jensen in 1936.
On your next trip to the big box store look up at all of those flourescent lights (enough to give you a headache right?) and notice how they don’t seem to throw off much heat. That’s because in the 70’s a super cool genius guy named Steve Jensen (aka my dad) invented the electronic ballast for flourescent bulbs to keep them from getting hot. Sheesh, you’d think I’d be some rich heiress considering how many flourescent light bulbs there are in the world, but no… Dad holds the patent and was paid a whopping $100 by the company he worked for at the time, Radiant Technologies in Southern California.
Have a great day and don’t stop creating!