What People Are Saying

Brooks Peck | Curator at the Museum of Pop Culture:

“Jennifer has a powerful enthusiasm for pop culture. She combines that enthusiasm with good scholarship to teach pop culture fans how to channel their passions into creativity and positive social change.”

Kristy Guevara-Flanagan | Director, Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines:

“We interviewed Jennifer for our film as an expert on heroic women in popular culture. She turned out to be a treasure of knowledge on the subject, a delight to work with, and incredible on camera. She is one of our main experts in our film: Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines and we could not have made the film without her!”

Zaki Barak Hamid | Program Director, Humanities Washington:

“Jennifer brought incredible passion and insight to communities all across Washington state during her tenure as a member of Humanities Washington’s Speakers Bureau. Her ability to connect with diverse audiences from all corners of the state is truly impressive.”

Dr. Amy Peloff | University of Washington:

“A master networker and collaborator, Jennifer is able to connect people and projects in ways that build on smaller individual goals to create outcomes that exceed everyone’s expectations. She balances her creative, extroverted side with a highly organized and analytical mind. She is thoroughly dependable and utterly charming, a clear communicator who works well both independently and in partnership with others.”

Langley Library:

“Jen is a doll and is a pleasure to work with. She is always welcome here. We look forward to other future programs she may offer.”

Audience Member:

“Jennifer’s presentation made me glad to be a geek.”

Pierce County Library:

“Jennifer Stuller’s presentation was FANTASTIC. She does a great job of adapting her presentation based on the audience. Although the topic was designed for adults, her program took into account the children in the audience. She’s engaging and thought-provoking and I would highly recommend her to any organization interested in the topic.”