Jennifer has dedicated her life to making sure that every Philadelphian has a fair chance at success. She has a career in economic development (Campus Philly), serves on education-focused nonprofit boards (Neighbors Investing in Childs Elementary, Friends of Neighborhood Education), is a block captain, an elected committeeperson (36 Ward), and a catalyst for community resources (Diversified Community Services). Through all of this work, Jennifer collaborates with organizations and individuals to build a coalition of leaders who can effectively use politics and activism to create change. Jennifer is the recipient of the 2017 Emerging Leader Award from the Forum of Executive Women, 2016 Women’s History Month Community Leaders City Council Citation, Billy Penn's 2016 Next Community Leaders award, and 2015 South Philadelphia Change-maker award. She has participated 2017 Philly Girls Do Good co-hort, the 2016 LEADERSHIP Philadelphia Connectors & Keepers class, and well as a graduate of the 2012 Center for Progressive Leadership and the 2011 Citizen's Panning Institute. She graduated from the University of the Arts with a B.S. in Media & Communications. Jennifer resides in the Point Breeze neighborhood of South Philly with her husband, Tivoni and daughter, Ava.