Author: Jen Oleniczak Brown

Jen Brown (Oleniczak) is the Founder and Artistic Director of The Engaging Educator. Through EE, her pedagogical approach of Improv as Continuing Education has reached over 25,000 people – all non-actors! Since 2012, Jen has given three TEDx Talks on the power of Improv, grown EE to three locations in NYC, Winston-Salem, NC and LA, and recently began The Engaging Educator Foundation, a 501(c)(3) which offers free and low-cost Improv workshops for educators, at-risk adults, teens and students on the Autism Spectrum. Jen holds degrees and accreditation from Marquette University, City College of New York, St. Joseph’s University and Second City. Currently, Jen happily resides in Winston-Salem with her husband, who she met while teaching an improv class – and no, he wasn’t the best person in the class, in fact, he was the worst.

Three Ways to Combat Girl on Girl Crime by @theengaginged

by Jen Brown (Oleniczak) | Featured Contributor Girl on girl crime isn’t simply something to laugh at from Mean Girls. It’s unfortunately very, very real. Recently, a female ‘friend’ of mine spun a connection I helped facilitate. The focus was when I connected them, the lack of diversity and women in a local organization, and […]

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What’s Your Umbrella? 4 Sure-Fire Steps to Bring You Closer to Achieving Your Goals by @theengaginged

by Jen Brown (Oleniczak) | Featured Contributor Ah, New Years. It’s that lovely time of year where everyone is so motivated, articles are flying off of every blog on how to be a better you THIS year – because THIS YEAR IS YOUR YEAR! That little click from 11:59pm, 2017 to 12:00am, 2018 transported you […]

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Just Say No by @theengaginged

by Jen Brown (Oleniczak) | Featured Contributor I’m not old enough to remember the start of the ‘Just Say No’ Reagan campaign – I am old enough to remember my DARE classes in elementary school. Specifically, I remember in 5th grade, sitting in class when an Oak Creek Police Officer brought in a case of […]

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3 Ways to Immediately Improve Your Confidence by @theengaginged

Inner critic. Imposter syndrome. Crippling self-doubt. That little (or big) voice is a monster – sneaking up when you might least suspect it. And when it’s there, it seems to latch on during the most inappropriate times. Then you get there for your meeting/presentation/interview/date and you are nowhere near the bright and sparkly star you […]

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