Jeanette Beebe is a writer, analytical researcher, and journalist. She recently graduated from Princeton University, where she majored in English and earned certificates in Creative Writing and Gender Studies. She is interested in pursuing a career in marketing, digital analytics, corporate communications, and public relations.

Jeanette has worked as a researcher at the Washington Post, AIG Global Real Estate, and the Museum of Jewish Heritage; written for Imagine Magazine (John Hopkins University), the Daily Princetonian, the Progressive Nation (Princeton University), the Nassau Literary Review (Princeton University), and Lyrical Iowa (Iowa Poetry Association); worked as a communications/marketing assistant at Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions, the Lewis Center of the Arts (Princeton University), the Ministers and Missionaries Benefit Board, and the Iowa Democratic Party; and attended invitation-only journalism seminars at the Institute for Humane Studies (George Mason University), the Center for International Media Ethics, the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, and The Fund for American Studies' European Journalism Institute in Prague.

Jeanette has taken poetry workshops with Tracy K. Smith (Princeton), C.K. Williams (Princeton), Paul Muldoon (Princeton), Susan Wheeler (Princeton), Jim Galvin (Iowa Writers' Workshop), Aaron McCollough (Iowa Young Writers' Studio), Tina Chang (92Y), Emily Fragos (92Y), and Hettie Jones (Poets House). She's taken journalism courses in feature writing (with Julia I. Keller, Chicago Tribune), television news production (with Lisa R. Cohen, ABC News "PrimeTime Live" and CBS News "60 Minutes"), and radio reporting (with Steven Drummond, NPR).

Under her former company, Moving ForWords Productions, she published four poetry chapbooks (Wry RhetoricBeyond Balloon AnimalsChecking In, and Double Digits on Luin); produced the 2007 production of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues at Princeton University that raised $3000 for WomanSpace, a domestic abuse shelter; helped raise $20,000 for "Real Spit", the Minneapolis/St. Paul chapter of YouthSpeaks, a national spoken word poetry foundation; and published Prism Magazine (Princeton), Circus Diem (Des Moines, IA), and Second Run, a national literary magazine edited by Jim Coppoc (Iowa State University).    

Jeanette is from Des Moines, IA. She lives in Princeton, NJ with her partner and her tiny monster cat, Scribbles.


  • Microsoft Office
  • Google Analytics
  • Social Media 
  • PhotoShop 
  • InDesign 
  • FinalCut Pro  
  • iMovie 
  • Audacity