Jen Hancock

Writer, Speaker, Humanist · Tampa Bay, Florida

Jennifer Hancock is the former executive director for the Humanists of Florida, author of several books about Humanism and the founder of Humanist Learning Systems. Jennifer is unique in that was raised as a freethinker and is considered one of the top speakers and writers in the world of Humanism today. Her professional background is varied including stints in both the for profit and non-profit sectors.

She is a board member of the International Humanistic Management Association and most of her recent work focuses on applying humanism to the world of business and how to use humanism and science to stop harassment and bullying.

Her experience as a leader in the Humanist movement and as a person who makes her living teaching Humanism to non-Humanists, she makes an ideal guest for any group. She brings a delightful sense of humor, creativity, and compassion along with a no-nonsense approach to all of her presentations.

Additionally, Jennifer’s professional background includes volunteer management, organizational planning and non-profit management. In addition to the topics listed below, Jennifer can also do workshops on media training, writing a letter to the editor that get published, creative community outreach and other related topics. She specializes in applied humanism and humanistic management topics.

She is available for presentations, workshops and trainings in Florida. Travel expenses need to be covered.

Her online bio and website can be found here:

Courses taught by Jennifer Hancock


Books by Jennifer Hancock:

  • The Humanist Approach to Happiness: Practical Wisdom (4 languages)
  • Jen Hancock’s Handy Humanism Handbook (4 languages)
  • The Bully Vaccine (4 languages)
  • The Humanist Approach to Grief and Grieving
  • Why Bullies Bully & How to stop Them
  • Socratic Jujitsu: How to Win Arguments Without Arguing
  • Why Conflict Resolution Doesn’t Work When the Problem is Bullying
  • Reality Based Decision Making for Effective Strategy Development
  • How to De-Escalate Conflicts Using Behavioral Science
  • Ending Harassment & Retaliation in the Workplace

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Topics: Activism & Organizing, Humanism, Social Issues & Movements
Subtopics: Community group organizing, Ethics & morality, Starting a group

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