“INFJ” is an initialism that stands for Introversion (I), Intuition (N), Feeling (F), and Judgment (J), which describes the INFJ’s core characteristics. They are both introverted and people-oriented, emotional and rational, thoughtful yet at times spontaneous.
The INFJ is believed to be the rarest of all types, making up only 1-2 percent of the U.S. population — which explains why this personality type frequently feels isolated and misunderstood. Known for their visionary thinking, creativity, and depth of caring for others, INFJs at their best fight for those who are vulnerable and start social movements that change the world.
At times, INFJs feel like psychics, as what they predicted comes true. But INFJs don’t necessarily have a crystal ball. Rather, their Introverted Intuition helps them see the big picture, notice patterns, and make predictions for the future based on the patterns they’ve observed. They see what could be — not necessarily what will happen with absolute certainty. Nevertheless, mature INFJs have honed their forecasting abilities well.
After doing this exercise with my leadership team, I wasn’t expecting the results to be this accurate! Taken on: www.mbtionline.com
Top 30 Under 30, Future Leaders of CLT 2018
Speaker- Black Enterprise Summit 2018
Carolina Women in Tech Board Member 2018-2019
Millennial Advisory Board – Harvey B. Gantt Center CLT 2019
UNCG IT is for Girls Program Manager 2013-2016
WBENC SEP – 3rd National Winner 2016
President, UNCG STARS Computing Corps 2014-2016
UNCG IT Advisory Council Member 2016
Student Entrepreneur of the Year, UNC Greensboro 2016
Speaker, Ci2 Tech Conference for Girls 2016
LEAD Computer Science Institute UVA, UC Berkeley 10-11′
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