Jinon, born and raised in South Florida, has made a name for herself as a musician, vocal coach, voice actor and performer.  Graduating with a vocal performance degree from Florida Atlantic University, Jinon has been fortunate enough to make a career doing what she loves.  Being a Victory Doll allows Jinon to share the history and beauty of the WWII era; not only through music, but through the fashion and the knowledge of that unique time.  When Jinon is not performing with the Victory Dolls or recording voice overs at various studios throughout South Florida, she’s encouraging today’s youth and adults to embrace and explore their talents through the arts.  Aside from performing, recording, and vocal training, Jinon has had the pleasure to direct for various children’s theaters including Sol Theatre, and Boca Academy of Music.  Jinon enjoys traveling, good food, and great company.

I joined the Victory Dolls for so many reasons. First and for most I love tight harmonies. When done correctly it’s magical. When I knew who was involved in this project, I felt overwhelmingly honored. These are women I’ve always looked up to. With the idea of creating beautiful music with my friends, I was also craving an artistic change in my life. The timing was almost uncanny.

Jinon believes that no dream is too big.  When we let go, believe and trust, beautiful things begin to happen.  Jinon hopes to always trust and follow that inner urge to persevere; to remember what drives her; and to convey that message to everyone around her.

A few FAQ’s about me:

Favorite song growing up: My favorite song growing up was the Sound of Music, from the musical, Sound of Music. I was completely obsessed with Julie Andrews and her stunning vocal chops.
Favorite cocktail: My favorite cocktail is a Grey Goose Cosmo.
Favorite female artist: My favorite female artist is the extremely talented, Sara Bareilles.  She’s a very consistent performer and musician. When she took on “Waitress”, as the lyricists and composer, she became even more a total badass.
Fun fact about you: I’m really good with accents.