Jennifer Treuting, President, CMA New York

Jennifer Treuting

With a blend of network and indie production experience, Jennifer makes short-form content for kids and families wherever they are, whether it’s TV, online, or beyond. Currently a senior writer-producer at Nick Jr., she’s been responsible for countless marketing campaigns, interstitials and web shorts, including launching Nick Jr.’s YouTube channel and acting as creative lead on Nickelodeon’s first ever Alexa skill, the SpongeBob Challenge.

Additionally, she’s created and produced several projects as co-founder of Squirrel Friends, a children’s media collective, including “What’s Inside?” a stop-motion interstitial series for TVO, and “Mo’s Bows,” a short documentary, which has screened in over 30 festivals around the world, including its world premiere at TIFF Kids.

Having grown up in the children’s room of a library where her mom worked, Jennifer hasn’t lost her love of picture books, and is still a voracious reader and probably spends more time on Goodreads than any other social platform. Jennifer’s first CMA event was a bingo night all the way back in 2008. She’s excited to join the New York chapter as President and contribute to the CMA’s bright future.