Former structural engineer & World-record holding expert juggler
Jen Slaw Bio
Amaze, engage & inspire your team with an interactive experience that equips them with creative & collaborative skills to adapt, be nimble, innovate & grow in the face of change.
Jen Slaw has shared her mix of juggling and inspiration on ABC News, Fox, Huffington Post Live, Good Day Sacramento, Good Day Philadelphia, the Late Show with David Letterman, the Food Network, the Today Show, Off-Broadway and TEDx stages & more. Her audiences engage and learn to be more balanced, productive, creative problem solvers, effective collaborators, and agents of positive change.
A former structural engineer and world-record holding "expert juggler" (New York Times), Jen demonstrates how to balance responsibilities, engage a team, and lead through purpose, process, and practice. Her interactive keynotes and training sessions teach strategies and tools for team building, growth & change management, creative problem solving & innovation, and work-life integration. Participants have fun physically experiencing the process of working together to learn something new, cementing concepts that will be remembered long past the conference closing session.
Years as a professional performer give Jen a unique, dynamic and engaging edge on stage. She models how leaders must navigate the delicate balance of engagement and execution. Past clients range from corporations like American Express, Amsurg, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Investors Bank, Skanska USA, and Starwood Hotels to non-profit organizations like Entrepreneurs' Organization and Exponent Philanthropy. She's emceed fundraiser and awards galas for numerous non-profits.
Jen also serves as Executive Director of the non-profit Juggling Life Inc, an organization with a mission to engage, inspire, and emotionally heal ill and disadvantaged youth through unique performing arts programs, empowering them to redefine what's possible in their lives.
Jen holds degrees in Engineering and Art from Swarthmore College. In 2013, she joined Tina Fey on the Wall of Fame at their alma mater, Upper Darby High School.