Jillian's upcoming and past panels and events.
Women in Media Panel
11/19 5:30 pm
Kash Hovey and Kira Reed Lorsch at Film Fest LA at LA LIVE present a Women in Media Panel!
Likes vs. Life Panel
10/19 6pm PST
Entertainment Community Fund's Looking Ahead Program presents: "Likes vs. Life Panel: Navigating Social Media as a Professional Young Performer"
The world runs on Social Media, but it's not always a safe place for kids and teens. How do you navigate the pressures of gaining "Likes" and "Subscribers" for your career as a professional young performer and live a healthy and balanced life? Join us in a conversation with social media influencers and mental health professionals as they share their expertise on the virtual world and how to keep young performers safe as a public figure.
This event is supported by the SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles Young Performer's Committee.
4th Annual Joy of Giving
12/3 2:30 pm
Jillian hosts her 4th Annual Joy of Giving benefiting the Beagle Freedom Project and the Downtown Women's Center. Donations will be collected in the lobby of the Colony Theater in Burbank, CA.
To College or Not? Panel
6/8 7pm PST
Looking Ahead, in partnership with the SAG-AFTRA Young Performers Committee, presents A Panel discussion with former Young Performers about their journey after high school.
Many teen performers struggle with the question of whether or not to pursue an acting career while pursing higher education. In this panel, we’ll hear from several former young actors who’ve navigated this decision in their own lives. Participants will be able to ask questions and seek guidance from the panelists. Topics include:
Is College right for you?
Will college cool down your acting career?
Will your reps be okay if you take a break for college?
Can you still act while going to college?
How to manage the stress of making a decision
What if you don’t know what you want to do with your life?
Join us as we hear each panelist share their unique journey after high school and how they navigated the question "To College or Not?"