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About the Editor

Jen Threat earned her Master of Science (M.S.) degree in magazine publishing at New York University and was a cum laude graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism in advertising management.

She has over 16 years of experience in sales and marketing at magazines and non-profits.

Jen developed the idea of a teen magazine as a graduate student at NYU. There was a void for a magazine that gave urban girls that confidence in education, career, self-esteem and body image. She recognized that there are many girls, who are talented, but need the encouragement that they can succeed.

Notable Accomplishments/Activities

  • Presenter of Digital Magazine program for teens at Brooklyn Public Library
  • Ph.D Project Conference Participant
  • Education Chair of Transformational Leadership Conference, Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Plaza Corporation
  • Cover subject and winner of Stiletto Women Magazine’s Most Amazing Women on the Web
  • Invited guest to CBS Early Show Saturday
  • Grand prize winner of Queens Economic Development Center Business Plan Competition during its first year
  • Judge of Queens Business Plan Competition
  • Grand Prize Winner for New York of the Miller Urban Entrepreneurs Business Plan Competition during its first year
  • Profile feature in Rolling Out Magazine 
  • Double Dutch Magazine featured in the Queens Courier
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2 comments on “About the Editor

  1. “Watermelons” by Charles Simic was a very short but meaningful poem. The poem is only ffetein words long and has all of two sentences. It starts off by referring to the watermelons as Green Buddhas and then follows by their location, on the fruit stand. (Line 1 and 2) The next two lines, I felt had the most meaning, “We eat the smile And spit out the teeth.” (Line 3 and 4) The last two lines are saying how we take the best parts but do not take everything as a whole. The smile is only as good because we have the teeth but we do not realize that. If we refer this to a watermelon, then it is like eating the meat of the watermelon but spitting out the seeds as if they were nothing. What we did not realize is that we needed the seeds to get the watermelon in the first place. I feel that Charles Simic is trying to portray in the poem that we need to appreciate everything as a whole.

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