“Jenn Wells demeanor, word choice, grace, empathy, and passion are clearly evident within a few minutes of conversing with her on the topic of DEI. Her aura made the DEI session educational and non-threatening. I felt heard, seen, my experience validated, and inspired to make a difference.” – Ben Kim

“Jenn made me feel heard and seen in an uplifting way that did not require a singling out or broadcasting of my lived experience as a member of the AAPI community.” – Evan Kim

“Jenn’s attention to detail and wonderful demeanor made the sessions we had with her incredibly engaging and inviting. Her ability to make a sometimes daunting subject matter accessible no matter the attendees experience level, was unparalleled to any other DEI discussion I’ve ever had. I truly can’t thank Jenn enough for being such a resilient and inspiring speaker and bringing that energy to our MBA program. Thank you so much Jenn!” – Tiffany Shen

“Jenn is a personal and graceful speaker who is vulnerable enough to share her own experiences, and invite people to a conversation built on trust and grace. She knows her strengths and seeks to learn new things from those who she’s teaching. Our class cohort raved about Jenn’s presentation and would welcome her back to continue in a heartbeat.” – Miya Dotson

Jenn is a talented facilitator who smoothly connects academic research and lived experience to elevate the importance of DEI topics in all disciplines. She is exceptional in creating a safe space and engaging 80+ attendees in a virtual environment, a difficult feat when discussing vulnerable topics and in times of Zoom fatigue. – Amanda Tatum

“I had the opportunity to attend one of Jenn’s workshops, “It’s Not Just You: Empowering Student Affairs Professionals in Toxic Workplaces,” at the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference. Jenn is an engaging presenter and is able to navigate the fine line of providing excellent content while also being vulnerable and genuine, which was very appreciated by her audience. I found Jenn’s humility and ability to connect with folks in the room refreshing as she had the knowledge and skills the back everything up. I look forward to learning from and with Jenn further in the future!” – Cassie Eskridge, Former Associate Dean of Students at Mills College

“Our department was looking for someone engaging and knowledgeable to lead our staff in personal reflection on their own social identities, and begin building a team that encompasses awareness of how our identities impact our interpersonal relationships. We also wanted a facilitator who would balance compassion, growth and understanding with challenging stereotypes, calling out oppressive language, and pushing our team to the edge of their comfort zones. Jenn was immediately (and unanimously) identified as the perfect facilitator, as she possesses all of these characteristics. We were not disappointed with Jenn’s workshop facilitation. She engaged our entire team, new and returning staff alike, and laid a solid foundation for our year of working together. We look forward to working with Jenn again very soon!”Josh Conway, Senior Associate Director for Residential Life at Barnard College

“One of the best social justice workshops I have ever been to! The facilitator was able to present in such an accessible, authentic way.”Participant, Residential Life Professional Staff Training, Barnard College

“Jenn Wells recently led a training for the Laspa Center for Leadership about discussion facilitation which was engaging, powerful and left us all with tangible tools to move beyond the session with. Her motivating presence combined with diligent planning and warm understanding during the session made for a great learning environment- and a space where everyone could feel brave enough to push themselves to the next level. Thank you!” — Taylor Galla, Marketing Intern, She Takes on the World