Janelle Eagle is an LA-based entertainment professional and LGBTQ Jewish activist. In 2009, she founded the 2wice Blessed Project, for which she was a recipient of the Birthright/Natan Social Entrepreneurship grant. Now housed as a project of JQ International, she proudly volunteers for this parent organization that creates visibility and opportunity for the LGBTQ Jewish and ally community. Janelle has also worked with the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles as an event producer, grants administrator and program manager.
Beginning her professional career in the nonprofit sector, Janelle took her love of using the arts for social change with her into a position at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). At this powerful media advocacy organization, Janelle mastered the skill of using language and moving images to change hearts and minds. Janelle then took the leap into the world of Freelancing and captured stories for a diverse range of nonprofit agencies, businesses and individuals with work featured via platforms such as the Jewish Journal and GayTravel.com.
After transitioning careers to a full-time entertainment professional, she has produced several award-winning films and served for two years as the youngest-ever Co-Chair of the Outfest Legacy Awards. She launched her career at global production powerhouse FremantleMedia where she worked in Non-Scripted Television Development at the company responsible for such major hits as Idol, Got Talent and X-Factor. She then worked with Bravo TV and multiple networks while serving as a freelance producer. In 2016, she stepped into her current role as VP Branded Content for Asylum Entertainment.
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