Allison Goldberg and Jen Jamula are artists and entrepreneurs fascinated by communication in the Digital Age. They co-create, produce, and perform in Blogologues, a sketch comedy show that takes verbatim text from the Internet and social media, and puts it live onstage. Jen and Alli have created 30+ versions of the show and were featured on the cover of Time Out New York as two of "the top 10 funniest women in NYC." Blogologues and their other improv-therapy show How To Break Up By Text (launched at No Text Weekend 2016!) has been covered in Forbes, VICE, Newsweek, on FOX, ABC, CBS, and many more. Alli and Jen also wrote and filmed the web series, 2 Girls 1 Show, which pairs scripted antics with IRL interviews of niche internet communities, and await the imminent launch of 2 Girls 1 Podcast, made in conjunction with The Daily Dot. As you've probably guessed, it's a podcast about the internet. Check out their projects at alliandjen.com.
In addition to their performance work, Jen and Alli lead workshops and coach speakers internationally through GoldJam Creative. Recent clients include SouCycle, Spotify, Squarespace, and The Girl Scouts, and topics cover effective communication and presentation skills. Jen and Alli have made content for brands such as The Guardian, Mashable, and Time Out. They speak and perform at conferences nationwide, including SXSW, Northside Festival, and Internet Week. The duo graduated from Yale University, and is represented by The Gersh Agency.
Emily is a member of the Blogologues team, assisting Alli and Jen with communications, business efforts, performances, and more. (More sometimes refers to organizing interviews with sugar babies and trying to get uptown during rush hour in a rickshaw.) Her projects include Blogologues shows, the upcoming webseries 2 Girls 1 Show, No Text Weekend, and other events. She also works for Alli and Jen's business GoldJam Creative, where they teach communication-based workshops and private lessons to individuals and groups including Buzzfeed, Spotify, NBC, Time Warner, The Girl Scouts, DreamIt Ventures, and more. Emily has a great love for live performance, funny people, and NYC, and feels lucky to have a career that combines all of her passions. She graduated from Hofstra University.