Media and Publications
Dana invited Jen to speak on the Out Of The Trenches Podcast to share ideas for talking about equity, diversity, inclusion, justice, and belonging in schools.
Your Teen Podcast hosts Susan Borison and Stephanie Silverman interviewed Jen on the topic of discussing racial justice with your teen.
The Boston Globe addresses the equity concerns of requiring cameras to be on during distance learning and interviews Jen for her thoughts.
Thank you, National Business Officers Association for including Jen's work in this important outreach.
Your Teen TV interviewed Jen for strategies for supporting conversations after the election.
Jen was interviewed by NBOA Net Assets about how to connect non-teaching staff with equity and belonging.
Washington Post Jen was interviewed by Phyllis Fagel for the article "Stuck at home, now is the time to have these important conversations with your kids"
New York Times Jen was interviewed by the New York times "How to Protect Your Family’s Privacy During Remote Learning"
AMLE Students Need a Chance To Connect Supporting students’ need for social interaction while physically distancing AMLE blog series part two of three
AMLE Care for the teachers. Part one of three on providing care during COVID-19.
Podcast Jen was interviewed by "Blooming Is a Habit" podcast on prioritizing equity work in schools.
Jen is now an ex-officio member of the PAMLE board
Jen joined Lauren Brownlee to present "Engaging Trustees in Diversity Work" at the People of Color Conference and to sit for an interview.
Jen wrote a featured piece in AMLE "It's not your imagination, kids really are different today." Adults need to know how kids navigate changing developmental timelines, shifts in athletics, the inclusion of devices, and all areas of diversity, equity, and justice
Jen was interviewed for the piece entitled "A Visible Difference: Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Faculty and Staff"
Podcast Third Space With Jen Cort, bringing in leading thinkers to focus on equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice in schools.
Teaching While White posts my blog posting "It's Not About Being Liked"
National Association of Independent Schools invites Jen to write about equity, inclusion, diversity, and justice in hiring.
NNSP invites Jen to be part of a webinar on talking about difficult conversations!
Jen was pleased to be asked to publish an article on conflict navigation in schools.
AMI/USA Journal Jen was asked to write an article on inclusion, exclusion and "wonderland" helping children navigate the social landscape.
Jen was pleased to be asked to blog for Mindprint Learning on "Trusted Adults in Middle and High School Years"
Letter to my 16 year old son about his privileged status and his response.
Thank you Greater Olney News for printing Jen's summary of the East Ed Diversity Leadership Conference!
Jen's article on learning about gender and sexual orientation from the leadership of children is titled "Walk Cheerfully Over The World"
SFS summarizes of Jen's workshop on microaggressions presented to the 7th and 8th grade.
Jen is honored to blog for Teaching Tolerance.
Jen joined colleagues to facilitate a community forum at Green Meadow Waldorf School.
Jen's diversity work and the LEAD Institute were featured in Racing Toward Diversity Magazine.
Jen is an Ashoka ambassador, blogger and contributor to the Start Empathy Twitter Chat.
News 12 films the Community Forum at Green Meadow Waldorf School.
Mildred's interview focused on Jen's diversity work and the Institute.
Jen blogs for ChangeMaker Education through Medium.
See videos from work with Schools and organizations.
Parenting With Empathy
Jen's work on advisory program development was referenced and quoted in this book.
See video of Jen's first year of work featuring schools, individuals and organizations.
Author Sarah Maraniss Vander Schaaff includes Jen's workshop in her reflections.