Jennifer Dziura writes career and life coaching advice for young women in a column called “Bullish,” headquartered on GetBullish.com. She writes about class and gender issues in business, assertiveness, sexual ethics, “gentlewomanly living,” multiple income streams, and the value of women talking openly about money, careers, privilege, and influence. The annual Bullish Conference takes place in November in Miami.
Jennifer started her first company, an Internet marketing firm, during her sophomore year at Dartmouth College. As an entrepreneur and intrapreneur in the education space, she has helped thousands of people beat the SAT, GRE, and GMAT. She also co-hosts the Williamsburg Spelling Bee, a spelling bee for adults, as featured in the New York Times, on NPR, and in international press from Tokyo to Sydney.
Jennifer has toured the Middle East entertaining the troops as a standup comedian, appeared in a Sci Fi Channel pilot for the television show Brain Trust, was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network, has been heard numerous times on NPR, and is a contributor to or co-author of over a dozen educational books.