Jennifer A. Minotti
Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer A. Minotti (she/her/hers) is a Writer-in-Residence at the Center for Women's Health and Human Rights at Suffolk University where she facilitates Women's Writing Circles as a means to merge her passions for expressive writing, positive psychology, community organizing, women’s health, and social activism.
In 2020, Jen founded the Journal of Expressive Writing in order to provide a place for sharing expressive writing, believing that we need this space on a fundamental, human level and that whatever we are feeling is a link to what others are feeling across the planet at any given moment.
For the past 25 years, Jen has dedicated her professional life toward working for the betterment of society. For 17 years, Jen worked at Education Development Center (EDC)—a global non-profit working to improve education, health, and economic opportunities worldwide—in a variety of technology, research, writing, and leadership roles for projects that focused on health and human development, special education, online professional development, literacy, bullying-prevention, urban education, science, assistive technology, and inclusive schooling practices.
Jen is a graduate of Boston University (B.S.) and Columbia University (M.A., M.Ed) and holds certificates in Wholebeing Positive Psychology, Transformative Language Arts Foundations, Distance Education, and Herbal Studies. She is also passionate about spreading gratitude. She co-created of The World's Very First Gratitude Parade, helped establish Gratitude Day in the City of Cambridge, MA, and regularly spreads gratitude through her Gratitude Jar project.
Her writing is published widely in numerous refereed journals and literary publications.
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Director of Social Media
Angella Lee (she/her/hers) joined the Journal of Expressive Writing in 2021 as its new Director of Social Media, working to promote the journal and its content on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Angela also serves as the Director of Social Media for the Women's Writing Circle at Suffolk University where she also works in administration. She has a passion for fine art, reading and writing poetry, positive psychology, moral philosophy, women's health, human rights, and social justice.
Angella is a graduate of Boston University (B.A.) and University of Pennsylvania (M.S.Ed.) and holds a certificate in Paralegal Studies from Boston University.
When she is not working at Suffolk or the Journal of Expressive Writing, Angella is browsing the latest nonfiction bestsellers in philosophy, poetry, politics and psychology and jogging in nature.