Rock The Real Estate provides the roadmap to get you started in Real Estate.
Rock The Real Estate was born out of a desire to help people who are interested in real estate, especially those in underserved communities, find their pathway to success. Many people are interested in real estate but have no clue how or where to begin. Rock The Real Estate is here to solve that dilemma through providing information, tools and resources that speak directly to our audience. We are beginning with a weekly newsletter but will be adding courses, e-books, mentoring services and a proprietary starter kit in the near future.
Our mission is to provide our subscribers with solid and tested information, strategies, and win-win partnerships, that will allow them to TAKE ACTION and succeed in today’s real estate market.
Lena is a former television writer/producer-turned-real-estate-wholesaler/rehabber/landlord. In 2014, after moving from Los Angeles back to her hometown in Louisiana, she discovered a passion for real estate. She started out wholesaling single family residential properties then mobile home parks. In 2018, she began flipping houses. This led to her also becoming a landlord. In 2020, she decided to combine her two passions, writing and real estate and created the Rock The Real Estate Newsletter to help others. Her future plans are to continue flipping, building her rental portfolio and building the Rock The Real Estate brand.
Kayela began real estate out of the desire to leave the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck with nothing to leave to her children. In 2014, she started wholesaling with a mentor and continued her education in real estate by obtaining her real estate license in 2016. As a Realtor she listed and sold single family homes in the Houston area. Because of her passion to help others succeed, in 2020 she joined forces with Lena Claybon to help build an educational platform to help others pursue their desire to invest in real estate.
senior partner/HEAD OF MARKETING & DISTRIBUTION
Jill Jenkins, coming from a design and architecture background, is a visionary that has spent more than 10 years as a business strategist. She has developed programs for both the public and private sectors. Shehas spent 11 years as a board member and instructor for the Architecture Resource Center (ARC), an award-winning non-proﬁt organization dedicated to teaching children about architecture and city planning in their community. She is also a Managing Director, Associate Publisher at Premier Publishing.
Jill served two terms as an elected member of her city council where she oversaw an operational budget of $110 million. As a city councilwoman, she was chair of the Public Health & Safety committee, which monitored activities within the Police, Fire, and Food Safety Departments. She was also known for implementing a Small Business Development program for local entrepreneurs as well as aiding the transformation of an ailing public school district, which is now ranked 3rd in the region. For her work, Ms. Jenkins was recognized and awarded as one of Connecticut’s ‘100 Women of Color’. She holds a Master of Business Administration with a focus on Innovative Practices & Entrepreneurial Growth Strategies from Bay Path University in Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Science in Design & Resource Management from the University of Connecticut.