Jen Myronuk is a filmmaker, public historian, and immersive media producer specializing in living history theater and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics). She is the co-founder and producer of STEM on Stage, a fiscally sponsored public media initiative to promote science through the arts. Jen is the Producer & Director of the film Humanity Needs Dreamers: A Visit With Marie Curie, currently in preview screenings ahead of a national speaking tour. She has previously produced live stage productions of MANYA: The Living History of Marie and A Visit with Marie Curie for MIT STEAM Week, University of Arizona, Boston Center for the Arts, Mountain View Center for Performing Arts, Victoria Theatre, NASA Ames Research Center & the California STEM Learning Network’s Annual Summit. She was the co-producer and director of Code4Rights, a video training series to code mobile apps for social impact. She produced and directed the living history play Mosaic: Voices of Women’s Suffrage, performed at the Denver University Club, National Women’s Hall of Fame Induction Weekend in 2011, and the Los Gatos Opera House. She was formerly the Community Outreach & Associate Director of Filmmakers Collaborative, a Boston-based nonprofit serving independent films. She serves on the board of Women in Film and Video of New England.