Who Is She?
JOLENTA GREENBERG is a New York-based comedian, podcaster, pop culture commentator, and self-proclaimed reality television historian.
As a performer, her stand-up and storytelling have been featured all over NYC. She's a Moth StorySLAM winner and from 2014-16 she held a comedic residency at Pete's Candy Store in Brooklyn.
Her thoughts on pop culture have been featured on NPR and The BBC, and her comedic e-book Modern Harpies, a comparison of Real Housewives to Greek Gods is an Amazon best seller.
Jolenta created and co-hosts the popular podcast, By the Book. The show has been featured in Time Magazine, The Washington Post, Buzzfeed, Bust, Stylist Magazine, Bustle, and many other publications, and on numerous NPR and CBC shows, including “All Things Considered.” Her other podcasting work includes launching and naming the all female podcast festival, Werk It, story editing for Risk, and producing for Freakonomics.
Jolenta holds a degree in Performing Arts & Social Justice from the University of San Francisco, and firmly believes in the importance of telling stories that encourage people to think, question the status quo, and hopefully laugh.