Jacqui is a Brooklyn-based comedian, writer, producer, and educator.
She is a history buff, science nerd, and philosophy junkie, who enjoys telling stories that both enlighten the mind and elevate the spirit.
She currently works as a story producer for ScienceVR, creating interactive VR experiences that bring to life the drama of scientific discovery. She is also the writer, producer and host of the History Channel's digital series History: Explained. She works with scientists, historians, and teachers to better communicate their research and bring their work to life.
Previously, she worked as a correspondent at Mic, where she produced Science Fridays and created the digital series Skirt the Issue. Her work has also been featured on Biography.com, Attn.com, College Humor, and Funny or Die.
Jacqui is a graduate of Harvard University, where she studied history and film. She was a recipient of the Justice Grant for her thesis exploring minority representation in fascist cinema. She was also nominated for Graduation Class Day Speaker, where she spoke on the importance of finding humor in failure and the pursuit of wisdom.
Jacqui grew up in Florida and enjoys saucy foods, being barefoot and reading while the Florida thunderheads roll in.