expand your personal brand summit

april 21, 2018

new york city


Jen & Molly have been there before. There's an idea floating around, conversations being had, and tons of pieces of paper, all over your desk, trying to connect the dots. 

Kickstarting something of your own shouldn't feel like a never ending headache or an item on your to-do list that's constantly giving you nervous jitters. It should be fun.

At the Expand Your Personal Brand Summit, you'll finally be able to eyeball the finish line for your big idea or your personal project. Whether you want to start a podcast, a blog, a business, become a speaker, a coach, or a consultant, spend the day strategizing your next moves, your 365-day game plan, and what your "secret sauce" will be so that you stand out from your competitors.

Jen & Molly have worked with hundreds of people to catapult their careers, personal brands, and ultimate projects. They are ready to do the same just for you, on April 21st.


At the Summit, you will: 

  • Be able to identify your strengths, define your personal and professional purpose, and understand how to make big changes with a series of small steps. 

  • ​Understand how to manage your time, energy, and cash flow (especially if you’re looking to start a business or ditch your job for a new career path).

  • Overcome personal fears of rejection, failure, or imposter syndrome.

  • Build a personalized work flow so that you can roll your eyes at the desire to procrastinate.

  • Turn your hobbies and skills into super powers that’ll make you money.

  • Receive a personalized strategy for your project that you can implement the second the summit is over.

  • Receive a toolkit that'll help you master your project.

  • Enjoy breakout sessions focused on your project & receive personalized answers to your big challenges and questions.

  • Receive a 1-on-1 coaching session from Molly and Jen.

  • End the day with a strategy for the next 365 days & a list of 100-free tools you can use on a daily basis.

Give Attention to Your Big Idea & Turn It Into an Empire in 2018.

April 21, 2018


New York City, NY.


Jen Glantz is the founder of the viral business, Bridesmaid for Hire, the creator of the blog, The Things I Learned From, and the author of the Amazon-best selling book, All My Friends are Engaged and Always a Bridesmaid for Hire, published by Simon and Schuster.

Jen has been featured on hundreds of press outlets around the world-wide, such as TODAY Show, Good Morning America, CNN, and Fox News, where they called her job the “weirdest of all time”. Jen is a  freelance writer for more than 25 different websites, including Today.com, Glamour Magazine. As a hobby, she teaches creative nonfiction & memoir writing at Gotham Writer's Workshop in New York City, as well as classes on improv, storytelling, and how to start a side hustle.​​


She proudly serves as a mentor for entrepreneurs and travels as a speaker for conferences, such as SXSW, Creativity Next, and She’s the First. In 2016, she received the "30 Under 30"  award from my alma mater, University of Central Florida. ​Her passion is her consulting and coaching business, Jen & Juice, where she's worked with over 50 Individual and companies like Google, Hyatt, Brooklyn Brewery, and ESPN.

Molly is the founder of the SAAS podcast creation startup Messy Bun; the author of the social media guide book Reach Out (McGraw-Hill, October 2017), the creator of the lifestyle blog Smart, Pretty & Awkward; and a marketing expert who provides digital strategies for companies including Forbes, Venmo, Rice University, Monster.com, and Hearst. She has strategic implementation experience with earned, owned, and paid social media campaigns; mobile/app store marketing; content strategy (blogs to podcasts to Snapchat accounts); search (SEO & SEM); email list/newsletter growth; press generation; and influencer identification and management. 


She is a frequent speaker on emerging social and digital trends, including speaking at Social Media Week, Tech Up, New York Start-up Institute, Columbia University, and SXSW. She has appeared on several morning talk shows, many podcasts including The Growth Show, was an invited guest to the White House for their “Women in Business” conference and is a two-time judge at Techweek’s LAUNCH competition


Molly also hosts her own business-focused podcast that made Apple’s “New & Noteworthy” list its launch month. She is also a workshop leader on social media and online visibility for academic intuitions and sales teams. Her work has been featured in Business Insider, Parade, Refiney29, The Muse, Lifehacker, the Boston Globe, Forbes, and more. 


"Jen has this amazing ability to take a subject that seems to have so many moving parts and simplify to something basic and totally manageable. She makes you feel smart again & I love her for it! Glad to have Jen to call on anytime this tech world gets too overwhelming." - Naama G.

"I really wasn't sure what to expect or even where to start when Jen first sat down with me to do my "personal brand make over," but man did she get to work quickly. She asked me the hard questions and highlighted things I was doing that were not productive to my end goals. It was great to have someone look at you from the outside and really guide you on where you need to go. I highly recommend Jen to help anyone with any personal branding advice." - Erin E.

"I knew I wanted to learn from Jen because I see Bridesmaid for Hire EVERYWHERE. She definitely delivered the goods! I followed her advice for about 2 weeks and the first payoff was a personal response to my pitch from Arianna Huffington herself. Thank you Jen for giving me the tools and the confidence to bootstrap my own PR!" - Beth S.

"Molly’s an incredible coach. She has years of insight that allow her to see understand your current skill set and how those skills can help you transition into a newer, bigger role. Molly knows the right questions to ask to help you realize your strengths and weigh the pros and cons of different options, like attending graduate school, starting a business or changing fields. Molly instills confidence in those who seek her advice (which is particularly important when we think about the barriers women face in the workforce.) More importantly, she provides practical advice and realistic strategies. When I get off the phone with Molly, I know what my next three steps are and how to implement them." - Alana S. 

“Molly stole the show...she delivered a powerful message on personal branding in a way that resonated with all of our 300 attendees.” — Emily R.

"Molly is top notch. After speaking to our university students, it was clear they had benefitted immensely having taken away valuable information to help them strategize and network as they head out into the real world." — Tawnya B.