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Podcasts, Radio & Publications

An interview posted on May 14, 2019 done by Teri Wellbrock: writer, speaker, and trauma-warrior and producer/host of The Healing Place Podcast

An interview posted on Jan. 1, 2019. It was done by the wonderful survivor advocate Molly Coeling for her Beyond MeToo podcast!

A March 2, 2018 podcast conversation with the amazing recovery coach Rachel Grant.

A guest column article on 1/29/18 in The Daily Hampshire Gazatte

On 1/2/18 I was privileged to speak on the Pioneer Valley Radio, in their segment, The Writers’ Group. The Writers’ Group works to feature local authors from the Pioneer Valley and helps to share their stories with the local community. 

Listen to a 12/8/17 interview I did with Bill Newman on the Bill Newman show. This interview focused on the launch of my book, Healing My Life From Incest to Joy

Listen to Donna Jenson's segment on the program "Criminal Sexual Conduct: What Needs to Change?" produced in 2017 by Connie Nesbary International LLC and WUVS-LP 103.7 The Beat. For more information, or to hear the complete program, visit This segment was aired on NPR station WKAR 105.1 FM on April 2, 2018. 

On May 14th I was honored to speak with Bloom Journal, this interview discussed my history with advocacy, my own experiences, and most importantly, one's words as tools to eradicate this cycle of silence and abuse


Play Excerpts and Interview of Donna

The play, What She Knows: One Woman’s Way Through Incest to Joy, depicts a full range of what it is like to grow up in a sexually abusive family; what one woman experienced and then did to reclaim her life and make it worth living. Witness the main character figuratively (and once literally) dancing between her life’s joys and traumas, between time periods and experiences showing how she survived and ultimately came to thrive. The original score, composed and performed by master guitarist John Sheldon, provides live music that weaves a heightened impact into the play’s dramatic tempo and opens audiences to the full richness of its sadness’ and delights.


Three Women Rising 

THREE WOMEN RISING, Episode 19 of Advice from a Loving Bitch by Rythea Lee with Aishah Shahida Simmons and Donna Jenson.


The Impact on Recovering Juvenile Offenders


What She Knows Media Coverage

An interview for Northwestern News Network after a performance in Chicago, Illinois in partnership with the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation.