Jennifer Suh

Jennifer Suh is an entertainment business and creative development professional with experience in both the US and Korean entertainment industries. She has focused much of her work in diversity, equity, inclusion, and development of Korean IP with US partners. Previously, she served as the Senior Manager of Industry Outreach at the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, and oversaw communications, programming, and business development for the institute’s entertainment industry initiatives. Jennifer spearheaded efforts for the inaugural benchmark study on the representation of Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) in Entertainment for the institute; the findings debuted at the 2021 Bentonville Film Festival. Since 2018, she has continued to serve as a consultant for Korea Culture and Content Agency (KOCCA) for their annual Animation Bootcamp initiative, which helps Korean animation creators receive coaching and guidance for the chance to win a spot to pitch their content to buyers and distributors at the annual Asian Animation Summit. Jennifer also is the founder and creator of Jenny Noona, which utilizes her DEI, intercultural, and language skills to help bridge the gap between western and Korean entertainment and provide her unique spin through an EQ lens. She holds a bachelors degree from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Sungkyunkwan University.