Dr. Jennifer Galvin drives societal progress by turning resources—both human and financial—into social impact.
A trusted advisor to public health, environmental science, and social innovation leaders, she builds bridges across sectors to find the common pulse between research, film, entrepreneurial, and philanthropic networks. She’s known for producing human-centered projects and directing investment in people, places, and programs to elevate global health.
STORY IS A WAY PEOPLE COME TOGETHER TO SOLVE PROBLEMS.
Jennifer is founding director of reelblue, an independent film production and media company based in New York.
She finds the narrative in numbers and crafts authentic stories about environmental and public health issues for individuals, non-profits, social enterprises, and corporations.
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Jennifer provides hands-on support THROUGH INNOVATIVE IDEATION, a BROAD network OF CONTACTS across sectors, AND STORY-DRIVEN PROJECT DEPLOYMENT.
Environmental and public health initiatives need to harness human and financial capital effectively. Clients frequently ask: Where should we invest resources? How can we see the forest for the trees? Jennifer brings answers.
There are industry leaders you should be talking to. Jennifer is a ringer for identifying partners and building a coalition of allies. Let her corral the talent and brains for you.
Injecting story into the DNA of any project crystallizes its ability to connect with audiences. Jennifer identifies communication vehicles and opportunities for programs, projects, and products. From PSAs and feature films to commercials and print campaigns, she leverages the power of story to entertain, educate, and inspire, while meeting your team's goals.
Dr. Jennifer Galvin, ScD, MPH