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Jeannine A. Cook is trusted storyteller for several startups, corporations, non-profits, influencers, and finally herself. In addition to holding a master’s degree from The University of the Arts, Jeannine is also a Leeway Art & Transformation grantee and winner of the South Philly Review Difference Maker Award. Jeannine’s work is recognized by several national and international news outlets including the New York Times, CNN, Ebony, BET, Barcroft TV and Daily Mail. She recently returned from Nairobi, Kenya, where she facilitated social justice creative writing workshops with youth from 15 countries around the world. Jeannine has shared her "out of the box" approach to organizing through guerilla creative writing with over 1000 schools, neighborhoods, community groups, and organizations in the United States. She writes about the complex intersections of single motherhood, activism, and community arts. Her pieces are featured in several publications including Mothering Magazine, Girl God, Mahogany Baby, Good Mother Project, Printworks, Adelaide, Root Quarterly, and midnight & indigo. Jeannine is currently producing an art installation of her writings deconstructed into sculptures, collages, and calligrams called Conversations With Harriett.