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I am a poet, singer, scholar, and mother. In 2016, I published “Brainstorms,” my first collection of poetry, and in 2017 I released an album of original music, entitled “The Only Way out is Through.” I hold a B.A. in English from Yale University and a Masters of Science in Health and Social Behavior from the Harvard School of Public Health.


In addition to writing and singing, I work with organizations and groups to facilitate conversations that inspire creativity and innovative thinking related to professional and personal growth. I write to express myself and to open space for listeners to connect to their story through mine. I share through performances and conversations, crafting settings to feel, to consider, to discover.


As the world seems to be accelerating around me…


I slow down; I listen; I notice. I am inspired to find meaning in the everyday. The meaning that weaves a tapestry of life, filled with ideas and memories, challenges and joy, relationships past and present – the moments when lives touch each other.


I aspire to stay connected with myself and others in an open and authentic way. It’s not about being perfect. It’s about acknowledging and accepting that the way we relate to ourselves – whether allowing or judging, open-hearted or closed off, trusting or doubting – affects every relationship we have and all of the work we do. 

Jennifer Bloom




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