People say you only live once, but Jason would disagree; he would say that you only live as long as your story is relevant. Jason grew up in Brooklyn with a desire to get to know people. His style is best described as eclectic, and he is a man of many interests. Jason is a collector of stories. No matter who you are or what you do, if you have an interesting story, you will go far in life. Jason hopes to help events, charities, and other organizations achieve wide-spread acclaim and greater exposure.
So, what's your story?
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Ryn Walling joined InvitedNYC in 2016 as a journalist and assistant editor. She is currently studying at NYU with a focus in Creative Writing. She has been published in numerous literary journals at home and abroad, and is also working on writing her first novel. She enjoys gourmet food, high-end fashion, and writing about the stories she sees in everyday life.
Kelley Lynne Moncrief is an author and freelance writer currently studying Drama & English in London. She is a glitter enthusiast who can usually be found near the caffeinated beverages and believes strongly in pseudonyms.
Divina Ramgopal is a writer studying English and Creative Writing at Fordham University. When not writing, she can be found binge watching episodes of Law and Order:SVU and planning fun trips to far off locations.
Alex Korompis is a college student currently studying Marketing at Baruch College. Stemming from his passion for watching movies, he one day hopes to break into the field of film marketing. He can often be seen with or without the company of others catching a flick at the theater because he truly believes it is one of the best experiences in the world.
Amanda Serulneck joined InvitedNYC in 2017 as a journalist. She is currently studying broadcast journalism in New Jersey and is working to one day become a news reporter. Amanda's favorite things are The Walking Dead, coffee with three parts french vanilla creamer, and her cats.
Christine Mina studies Communication and Computer Science. Between event coverage and coding, her life is filled with writing. She can frequently be found doing yoga or Pilates at NYC's boutique fitness studios.
Caroline McKissick is a student at NYU studying Media, Culture, and Communication. She loves music, traveling, fashion, art, and, of course, exploring the hidden restaurant gems of New York City.