Podcast Description

Sharing the everyday journey of the modern businesswoman with Jen Amos.

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Ideal Guest

Today's businesswomen who got into business out of necessity due to higher unemployment rates, longterm unemployment and a much greater gender and racial pay gap.

Our Audience

The modern businesswoman didn’t choose entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship chose her.

She didn’t ask for this. She would’ve done just fine going to school to get good grades, get a good job, get married, own a home, have a family, and become a badass mother working the 9-to-5. etc. etc.

But entrepreneurship chose the modern businesswoman when…
◆ she didn’t do well in school.
◆ she has yet to land her dream job.
◆ she couldn’t (or didn't want to) financially depend on her spouse.
◆ she needed another source of income.
◆ she wanted to spend more time with her loved ones.
◆ or well... Let’s be honest… Deep down, she probably knew that she wanted something more.

According to the 2018 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report by American Express, “From 2007 to 2018, higher unemployment rates, longterm unemployment and a much greater gender and racial pay gap led women of color to start businesses at a higher rate out of necessity and the need to survive, rather than a desire to seize a market opportunity.”

This is the modern businesswoman I’m speaking to. If this sounds like you, I’m speaking t...

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Past Interviews
012: Welcome to Season Two of The Modern Businesswoman Podca
The Modern Businesswoman Podcast
About Us

“I don’t think you’re meant for a job,” is what Jen Amos’ best friend told her after she had received her Bachelor’s in Journalism emphasis Public Relations at San Diego State University and was fired from her fourth consecutive job in her young adult years. For nearly a decade since, Jen has grown a successful career in sales and in entrepreneurship. From 2013-2018, Jen founded and ran an online marketing agency where she had a chance to personally work with 100+ brands as small as solopreneurs to mid-sized businesses. Jen’s been featured on multiple media outlets such as FedEx Office, The Living East, The ASIAN Reader, The Star News, The San Diego Union Tribune, NBC 7 San Diego, and SD Voyager. In May 2014, she was the youngest keynote speaker for the San Diego State University Filipino Graduation Ceremony. In 2018, her new business US VetWealth with her husband, Scott R. Tucker, was named 2018 Best Entrepreneur Start Up Company Awardee by the San Diego Business Journal & The Rosie Network.

Despite the multiple media outlets, events and organizations Jen has been fortunate to be a guest speaker thr...

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