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Jessica Alpert is the co-founder of Rococo Punch. Previously, she was managing producer for program development at  WBUR —Boston’s NPR News station. In this position, Jessica developed new podcasts and programs while also launching and nurturing WBUR’s newest projects. Her projects included   Modern Love: The Podcast   (with The New York Times),   Last Seen   (with The Boston Globe),   Edge of Fame   (with The Washington Post),   Endless Thread     (with Reddit), and WBUR's first children's podcast—  Circle Round  .  Her work has been broadcast across the the globe and downloaded by millions of listeners. She has cast and directed top talent from the stage and screen. Her work can be found on NPR, PRI, the BBC, The Atlantic, MIT Tech Review, Bust Magazine, The New York Times, Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, and The Washington Post.  Originally from Texas, Jessica received her undergraduate degree from Columbia University’s Barnard College, her masters in Latin American and Jewish history from Indiana University, and is a Fulbright Scholar. Today, she lives with her husband, twin son and daughter, and two cats near Boston.

Jessica Alpert is the co-founder of Rococo Punch. Previously, she was managing producer for program development at WBUR—Boston’s NPR News station. In this position, Jessica developed new podcasts and programs while also launching and nurturing WBUR’s newest projects. Her projects included Modern Love: The Podcast (with The New York Times), Last Seen (with The Boston Globe), Edge of Fame (with The Washington Post), Endless Thread (with Reddit), and WBUR's first children's podcast—Circle Round.

Her work has been broadcast across the the globe and downloaded by millions of listeners. She has cast and directed top talent from the stage and screen. Her work can be found on NPR, PRI, the BBC, The Atlantic, MIT Tech Review, Bust Magazine, The New York Times, Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, and The Washington Post.

Originally from Texas, Jessica received her undergraduate degree from Columbia University’s Barnard College, her masters in Latin American and Jewish history from Indiana University, and is a Fulbright Scholar. Today, she lives with her husband, twin son and daughter, and two cats near Boston.


John Perotti is the co-founder of Rococo Punch. He has over 17 years of experience working in public radio, including at NPR’s   Car Talk  ,  Here & Now, Only A Game  and the live-music video series     Off The Record  . Before Rococo Punch, he was the manager of podcast production at  WBUR , developing and producing new podcasts. He was on the team that developed and launched the wildly successful   Modern Love: The Podcast   in partnership with The New York Times ,  and the lead sound designer for   Last Seen  , a podcast created in partnership with The Boston Globe .   John was also responsible for the live event strategy for  Modern Love: The Podcast , integrating live sound design into performances at a variety of venues — from film festivals in Provincetown to large theaters on Broadway. He is also experienced in coaching and developing voice talent, working with both novices and Oscar-award winning actors.  He lives with his wife in Boston, where they serve their cat overlords.

John Perotti is the co-founder of Rococo Punch. He has over 17 years of experience working in public radio, including at NPR’s Car Talk, Here & Now, Only A Game and the live-music video series Off The Record. Before Rococo Punch, he was the manager of podcast production at WBUR, developing and producing new podcasts. He was on the team that developed and launched the wildly successful Modern Love: The Podcast in partnership with The New York Times, and the lead sound designer for Last Seen, a podcast created in partnership with The Boston Globe.

John was also responsible for the live event strategy for Modern Love: The Podcast, integrating live sound design into performances at a variety of venues — from film festivals in Provincetown to large theaters on Broadway. He is also experienced in coaching and developing voice talent, working with both novices and Oscar-award winning actors.

He lives with his wife in Boston, where they serve their cat overlords.