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Jennifer Palumbo

As the CEO of Wonder Woman Writer LLC, I have a 20+ year track record that demonstrates a talent for writing, excellent communication skills, a sense of humor, an ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task in a fast-paced environment as well as a flair to create a social media strategy that promotes user engagement and problem-solving skills that improves a member’s experience. With the help of Starbucks coffee and a sense of humor, I have written everything from children’s plays to spec scripts to pitch decks to the most engaging grocery list you can imagine. I’m an award-winning blogger and writer whose work has been featured in Time Magazine, Huffington Post, Parents Magazine, ScaryMommy, The Mighty and several other respected websites and online magazines covering topics such as infertility, women’s health, pregnancy, relationships, parenting, being the parent of an autistic child, fertility treatments and various humorous essays. I’ve also contributed a chapter in the book, “Women Under Scrutiny” by Randy Susan Meyers. As an infertility Subject Matter Expert and Women’s Health Advocate, I have been interviewed on news outlets such as CNN, NPR, FOX, NBC and BBC America, was featured in the documentary Vegas Baby. My blog was awarded, “The Hope Award for Best Blog”, from Resolve: The National Infertility Association, which is voted on by the infertility community and recognizes a blog that raises awareness about the disease of infertility and sheds light on what it is like to be living with infertility. In 2018, it was awarded the “Infertility Social Warrior Award” and in 2019, my blog was named the “Best IVF Blog” by Egg Donation Friends.Com. Thanks to my years of performing stand-up comedy and my passion for advocacy, I’ve had the privilege of being invited to speak at many conferences/events as a Key Note speaker, performed in the Cover Girl's "Stand Up for Beauty" with Aisha Tyler and have emceed several fundraisers such as Resolve’s DC Walk of Hope, the PCOS Challenge Gala and a BabyQuest Charity Event, etc.

Do You Want Fries with Your Infertility? Raising Our Fertility Game in 2018!

Resolve Night of Hope – December 4, 2017 Mother effer. I’m so sorry it took me THIS long to write another post. A lot has been going on… the holidays (which oddly enough kicked my ass more than usual this year), work (which is a high-quality problem – to be busy and in demand but […]

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Hope Award and Fighting for FAFTA

This week, the nominees for Hope Award for Best Blog by Resolve were “released” and I’m humbled and fortunate to be recognized and included in this truly kick ass list. This is the second time I’ve been nominated which makes me feel a little like Susan Lucci (super throwback reference but those who get it

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Dealing with Mother’s Day When You’re Stabby

When you want to be a mom and are dealing with or have dealt with fertility issues, Mother’s Day can, well, suck total ass. Before I launch into some potential suggestions on how to handle (or ignore) the day, I do want to post something I wrote when I was neck high in the trying

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Listen Up – I am One in Eight

To be public and say, “I’m the one in eight that has been diagnosed with infertility.” is powerful. Well, for some, it may be easier than others but for me, it was a period (no pun intended) of time before I could get to that point of being open about my fertility issues. Here is

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Listen Up and then BE HEARD!

When I first read the theme of this year’s NIAW, Listen Up, my first-not-thinking-just-react-reaction was, “Wait. Shouldn’t it be speakup????” I mean haven’t us infertiles been hiding in the shadows quietly listening long enough??? We’re the ones who attend baby showers after our latest IVF failure listening to the “Oooos” and “Ahhhs” while someone else

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A Round of Fertility Anecdote Fun

I started writing a whole blog post about the last few months and then I realized… it would be a perfect post for NIAW so I’m going to save it for then. It was almost weird how that happened as I was writing stream of consciousness and the phrase, “listen up…” came to mind. I’m

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The Persistent Infertility Advocate

In the past couple of weeks, I’ve been teaching an “Empathy and Empowerment” presentation about how to support, relate and assist infertility patients on their journey. Yesterday, I spent a good portion of my day doing these sessions that includes many different elements of empathy, how to support and be sensitive to someone dealing with

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Maybe It’s Not Blue. Maybe It’s You.

Let me preface this post by swearing on my life that no one and nothing in particular prompted this post. It’s something I’ve been kicking around for a while so really – there is no specific drama. Just a trend of behavior I’ve been noticing the past few months. It all reminds me of a

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