Jennie Dundas began her career as a child actor, making her Broadway, TV and film debuts at ages 10, 11 and 12. In her 30-year career, she starred opposite such luminaries as Philip Seymour Hoffman, Sally Field, and Diane Keaton, and is a recipient of the OBIE for Outstanding Performance. In October 2007, she added “entrepreneur” to her list of credits with the opening of Blue Marble Ice Cream in Brooklyn. With her business partner, Alexis Gallivan, in eight years she has built Blue Marble from one small storefront to a multi-outlet brand with national recognition. Blue Marble has topped Best Ice Cream lists including Food and Wine, YahooTravel.com, Time Out NY, Men’s Journal, The Village Voice, Refinery29 and many more. The company spearheaded the local ice cream trend in Brooklyn, and offers the only certified organic ice cream local to New York City. In addition to being a treasured Brooklyn brand, Blue Marble has also developed its cult following through key partnerships with organizations including jetBlue, The Barclays Center, Le Pain Quotidien, Bareburger, Harlem Shake Fresh Direct, and The Brooklyn Flea. In 2008, Jennie co-launched a non-profit, Blue Marble Dreams(www.bluemarbledreams.org), whose mission is to create jobs and prosperity in post-trauma communities through the unlikely medium of ice cream. The first shop, Inzozi Nziza, opened in Rwanda in 2010, and a second location, Bel Rev, will open in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 2016. Jennie is a working mom to a 6-year-old son, and is a graduate of Brown University.