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Jennifer Dziura writes career and life coaching advice for young women in a column called “Bullish,” appearing on and headquartered on
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She believes in working cleverly and making money to make the world a better place. Jennifer is also an educational humorist best known for co-hosting the Williamsburg Spelling Bee, the nation’s most popular adult spelling bee, as featured in the New York Times and in international press from Tokyo to Sydney. Jennifer's signature one-woman show is entitled What Philosophy Majors Do After College; she also offers shows about punctuation and women's history. Jennifer has performed at clubs and colleges nationwide and for the troops in the Middle East, Persian Gulf, and Africa. She appeared in a Sci Fi Channel pilot for the television show Brain Trust, was featured in an inspirational spot on the Oprah Winfrey Network, has been heard numerous times on NPR, has written for McSweeney's, and is a contributor to "The Idiot's Guide to Jokes" and over a dozen educational books. Jennifer's multiple careers have been invaluable in offering advice to young people just setting out in their own careers.

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Sci Fi Channel Pilot

The History of Philosophy in 90 Seconds

  • Bullish! New installments of Bullish appear on The Gloss, while Bullish is now headquartered at
  • OWN! Jen's spot for the Oprah Winfrey Network appears at left.
  • Shows! Jennifer's signature one-woman show What Philosophy Majors Do After College has been at the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston (video), in Boston's Geek Week festival, at NYC at The PIT, and at libraries and colleges. ¡The Punctuation Show! (How to Use Tiny Symbols to Make Meaning Without %$^&#* Up) premiered at the Empire State Book Festival in Albany, and has since brought it to Manhattan Marymount University and Palm Beach State University and was featured in B*tch Magazine. Jennifer's newest show, The History of Women in 60 Minutes, premiered at The PIT in NYC and was performed at the Women in Comedy Festival. Contact us to bring any of these shows to your college or group.
  • Spelling Bee! The Williamsburg Spelling begins again in Feb. 2013, and has recently been on NPR and in the New York Times (see Press).
  • GrammarSlap! Jen and Andrew Singer are slapping the bad grammar out of people at