Jennifer Minotti is a Visiting Artist at the Center for Women's Health and Human Rights at Suffolk University, bringing 20 years of experience in communications, instructional technology & media, and writing to the Center. Jen is an award-winning Web designer, information architect, researcher, and writer. For 17 years, Jen worked at Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) in a variety of technology, research, writing, and management roles for projects that focused on health & human development, special education, literacy, bullying-prevention, science, urban education, assistive technology, and inclusive schooling practices. She is the Co-Director of The World's Very First Gratitude Parade. In 2012, Jen founded the Women's Writing Circle as a means to merge her passions for expressive writing, psychology, community building, women’s health, and social activism. Jen is a graduate of Boston University (B.S.) and Columbia University (M.A., M.Ed), holds certificates in Whole Person Positive Psychology and Distance Education, and has taught graduate level online courses.