Jennifer Joy Pawlitschek is both a writer/performer and an executive coach and trainer. Hailed by NYC critics as “brilliant,” Jennifer is inspired by STEM in both areas of her professional life. For more on Jennifer’s art, see https://jenniferjoyonline.com/.
Jennifer’s work as an Executive Coach/Trainer is grounded in neuroscience. Trained by the Neuroleadership Institute, she works with STEM professionals in the areas of leadership, communication and innovation. She is especially passionate about helping her clients have insights that empower them to break through to new levels of innovation and move up in their careers. Her method are drawn not only from science, but also from the arts. This combination has been called “transformational.”
Featured in the New York Times and on Voice of America radio for her expertise, she has worked in many sectors, including corporate, legal, science/technology, government and not-for-profit.
Jennifer has worked with (a partial list):
|Ass’n of Environmental Sciences and Studies||Ardour Capital Investments|
|Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science||Bloomberg|
|New York Public Library||NY State Office of the Comptroller|
|United Nations||South Korean Diplomatic Corps|
|Alix Partners||National Council of Community Justice|
Jennifer has taught at Long Beach City College, Pace University and City University of New York. In her one-on-one coaching, she has served individual clients from around the world working both in-person and via videoconferencing.
Jennifer is also a public speaker and performer. She has given her talks, such as The History of Women in Science, at colleges and universities, and performed her science-themed standup and solo shows at colleges, universities, theatres and comedy clubs around the country.
She earned her MFA in Drama from UC Irvine.
Jennifer can be reached via email here.