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our team

the people who make this thing happen
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our team

the people who make this thing happen

alli goldberg
+ jen jamula

Founders + Creative Directors + Lead Facilitators
Allison Goldberg + Jen Jamula are co-creative directors of GoldJam Creative, a company dedicated to exploring the influence of the Digital Age on communication, and to bringing comedy and creativity to the workplace. The duo couples their background in performance with extensive research to create and facilitate communication skills trainings across the world.

Jen and Alli were featured on the cover of Time Out New York, which ranked them among “The 10 funniest women in NYC”. They are co-creators of Blogologues, a sketch comedy show in which internet content is performed live and verbatim. Blogologues has been featured in Newsweek, The Daily Beast, CBS, The Huffington Post, NPR and more. Alli and Jen have created content for brands such as The Guardian and Time Out New York, are Creative Consultants, and have spoken and performed at conferences nationwide, including SXSW, Internet Week, and TheLi.st Summit.

Both Alli and Jen are graduates of Yale University.

david friedlander

facilitator
David has worked in the field of behavioral coaching, facilitation, and drama-based consulting since 2013. Through working with GoldJam Creative, Bi-Jingo Training, and ComedySportz, he has helped lead programs across many industries including leading tech companies, financial firms, manufacturing and utility companies in everything from public speaking, sales negotiation, team building, and interview skills to career consultation and delivering feedback. A graduate of Yale University and the MFA program of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, David has also performed as an actor up and down the East Coast and at Off-Broadway stages in New York City and remains a regular performer with the ComedySportz New York team.

emily lenguadoro

business development + client experience
Emily leads business development and client experience for GoldJam Creative, in addition to spearheading research and assisting with exercise generation. She works with new and existing clients, manages partnership efforts, and liaises with companies to better understand their culture and issues in order to maximize the efficacy of GoldJam's programming. She ensures a seamless and easy experience working with GoldJam, and assists Jen and Alli in continually updating and developing GoldJam's training programs.

Emily is a graduate of Hofstra University. Email Emily to begin your relationship with the GoldJam team!

ava eisenson

facilitator
Ava is a New York City based actor and teacher. In addition to facilitating workshops with GoldJam Creative, she’s helped teach and train teams at: Bark Box, The Penrose, Sweet Afton, The Bonnie, STREETS International, SPACE on Ryder Farm, and Woodshed Collective.  She’s currently the creative consultant and content editor to comedian Matt Smith and works as a private audition and block-breakthrough/goal management coach to a variety of actors and artists.  As a performer Ava has had the privilege to work on a wide range of projects with companies including: The Lark, Attic Theatre Company, Loft 227, Nonsense NYC, The Wild Project, Luna Stage, Sightline Theatre, Wide-Eyed Productions, Superhero Clubhouse, Pipeline Theatre Company, In The Water Theatre, Marvell Repertory, EST, Ars Nova, the AMC Network and The New Ohio.  Her corporate clients include: Dunkin’ Donuts, Viacom, Acuvue, Hormel, and Venus.

Ava is a graduate of Boston University.
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