Jillian Coburn is an entrepreneur, inventor, writer, outdoorswoman, and mother of three who is passionately committed to supporting and elevating women who have nowhere to turn and living under the shadows of domestic violence. As a survivor, she assists women living with abuse by empowering and teaching them how to get out, heal and build a life they’ve always imagined.
She is also the co-owner of NOLA Prestige Electric, a women/minority based contracting company. She founded the apparel line, Reel Housewives of the Deep South, in 2014, producing one-of-a-kind American-made designs for Southern women who love the outdoors and choose “catfishing over catfighting!”
Her husband, Lonnie Coburn, served 30 years in the Army and retired as a Master Sergeant (E-8) Senior Non-Commissioned Officer. He served in Afghanistan andCoburn is an Operations Manager and Master Electrician at Nola Prestige Electrical and works in the United States Army Reserve as a Commissioned Engineer Officer. He graduated with an MBA from Western International University, and with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Operations Management and Supervision.