Since joining the team in January, Jenna has proven a huge help in creating content for our clients and being up for whatever task comes her way. Which leads us to our first question:


JS: The things that drew me to Millennium were the company’s reputation, versatility in services, and passion to help well-known clients. Also, the “when life gives you lemons…” statement that all employees were asked to finish really caught me.

What about marketing excites you?

JS: Marketing excites me because there is an endless amount of learning you can do and there is always something new to learn. Also, you have the opportunity to make a difference in how consumers see a product.

Where do you see yourself in five years?

JS: In five years, I hope to be working for a successful marketing company. I want to be in love with what I do and use my outgoing personality and creativity to my advantage.

What’s your favorite thing to do in New Hampshire?

JS: My favorite thing in New Hampshire…hmm, that is difficult. I’d have to say Nadeau’s or the no tax law.

What’s your favorite movie?

JS: My favorite movie is The Town, well because Ben Affleck and Boston. It doesn’t get much better than that.

What’s your favorite book?

JS: My favorite book is Nineteen Minutes by Jodie Picoult. It is about a school shooting that took place for 19 minutes by a high-school boy who was badly bullied. She is an amazing writer and I had chills from start to finish.

If you were stuck on a desert island, what’s the one album you’d want to have with you?

JS: I would bring any country album or maybe a country album mix of all different artists because I don’t have a favorite. At least I could be on a desert island with Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, and Tim McGraw. Then there would be no complaints.

Favorite candy bar?

JS: My favorite candy bar would have to be Twix. Basically anything with chocolate, though.

Favorite cereal?

JS: My favorite cereal is Apple Jacks, makes me feel like I’m eating healthy because of the “Apple,” but I’m not.

If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?

JS: Pizza. 100% pizza. I would weigh 500 lbs., but you can put so many different things on a pizza and it always tastes amazing.

If you could have dinner with one famous person, living or dead, who would it be and why?

JS: A toss-up between Ellen DeGeneres or Melissa McCarthy because all the calories I gained from eating will be burned off from laughing. Also, who doesn’t love them?

Top three places in the world you’d like to visit?

JS: I would go to Australia for the beaches and kangaroos, back to Italy for the food and beverages (wine), and Morocco because I’ve always wanted to ride a camel.

Would you rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck?

JS: Both of these sound horrifying, but I would choose a horse-sized duck. I’d try to feed it whatever it is that ducks eat and then I’d run.