46 min

Jennifer Justice of The Justice Dept. - Championing Female Empowerment and Equality Entreprenista

    • Careers

She might be a kind of real life super hero. Her name certainly seems appropriate, and she champions female empowerment and equality while playing an important role in supporting women to achieve their business potential. She’s Jennifer Justice, Co-Founder of The Justice Dept, a female-focused advisory and legal firm that works with entrepreneurs, executives, talent, brands, and creatives in all stages of their careers. She’s also a mom, and she’s pretty impressive! Jennifer joins Socialfly Co-Founders Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Cartin in the MouthMedia Network studio for a conversation about building her business and career, and describes her journey to success. Plus, a surprise and a new feature -- Turn the Tables!

In this episode, Jennifer shares why we can’t just do it by ourselves if you want to grow a big business; the need to hire people who are real experts, and who have the right skills set; discovering the meaning of dry powder; dividing roles when working as partners; being a great mom while running a business; staying grounded and standing up for the right thing; and, how she uses what she learned from working with Jay-Z for 17 years.

She might be a kind of real life super hero. Her name certainly seems appropriate, and she champions female empowerment and equality while playing an important role in supporting women to achieve their business potential. She’s Jennifer Justice, Co-Founder of The Justice Dept, a female-focused advisory and legal firm that works with entrepreneurs, executives, talent, brands, and creatives in all stages of their careers. She’s also a mom, and she’s pretty impressive! Jennifer joins Socialfly Co-Founders Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Cartin in the MouthMedia Network studio for a conversation about building her business and career, and describes her journey to success. Plus, a surprise and a new feature -- Turn the Tables!

In this episode, Jennifer shares why we can’t just do it by ourselves if you want to grow a big business; the need to hire people who are real experts, and who have the right skills set; discovering the meaning of dry powder; dividing roles when working as partners; being a great mom while running a business; staying grounded and standing up for the right thing; and, how she uses what she learned from working with Jay-Z for 17 years.

46 min

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