Jennifer Greenhut Tollin
Jennifer Greenhut Tollin, born and raised in New York City, left home at 14 years old to train for the Olympics as a gymnast. After making it on the United States National Gymnastics Team, she went on to receive a gymnastics scholarship at UCLA. 10 years later, she made her way back to Los Angels as an actress and never moved back to New York. Through acting, she found her way to a singing/songwriting career as well as a yoga teacher. However, with all of her accomplishments, her biggest one yet was in 2017 when she was diagnosed with stage 4 triple negative breast cancer. Going from stage 4 to cancer free in 4 months, Jennifer decided to start a company called Zero Negative to promote Love and Positivity through fashion and accessories, while giving back to cancer research at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation. Her story/products can be found on www.ShopZeroNegative.com, and her mission is to inspire everyone, that when going though challenging situations, we all have the power to make them positive, embracing our hurdles, and looking at them as ways to HELP us instead of HURT us. "Everything happens for a reason," Jenn says, "even if we don't know what that reason is...but, if we trust in the journey and learn all the lessons, we'll be much better off for it." Her current project is one with her husband, Larry Tollin, as they are writing a 'He Said, She Said' book about the journey of a cancer patient, and the journey of the caretaker. Jennifer lives in Brentwood and is very happy to be a part of the Visionary Woman's Group!
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