Entertainment Jolt was created by Lisa Christensen. She’s been working in the Entertainment Industry since 2009. She wanted people to have a one-stop site to get all of the news they want for all of their favorite TV Shows, Music, Etc.
If you have any questions or comments you can email us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The site was created in 2017.
The views expressed on this website are those of the author and do not reflect the views or opinions of the television networks, shows, cast, or crew members that may be discussed.
Lisa Christensen (Founder/Writer)
Bio Coming Soon
Shannon Villegas (Writer/Editor)
Shannon Villegas was born and raised in Southern California. Writing stories and reading has always been a part of her life. Throughout schools, she was always involved in the arts whether it was art, writing, choir, or band. She attended California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and graduated in May 2009 with her BA in English Education.
Diana Milevska (Writer/Graphic Designer)
Diana Milevska is a Chicago native currently living in the western suburbs. Her passion for writing started in middle school and has since continued to flourish. With several short stories and a novel under her belt, she continues her writing career as a journalist while maintaining a full-time job as a graphic designer. She finished her BA in Interactive Media and Minor in Graphic Design at Columbia College Chicago, graduating in 2006.
Heather Nakkar (Writer/Editor)
Heather has worked in various industries leading to meeting fascinating people from all walks of life from the famous to the homeless, discovering that the only real difference between the two is money. She has been in love with reading and writing her entire life. Which lead her on a journey to having some of my poetry featured in an art gallery and being sold, to writing plays, short stories, and fan fiction. In her free time, she loves to watch a variety of television shows and movies. Plus, she did a stint as a dancer, she also enjoys popular music and past music alike, all the way back to Classical.