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Jennifer grew up in New York and moved to Colorado in 2016. She has a bachelor of arts degree in communication studies and art history, and a master of arts degree in museum studies. Jennifer has worked for nonprofit organizations in various capacities for the past decade, which has included: producing documentary and promotional videos for nonprofits in New York, El Salvador, and India through Canisius College's Video Institute; managing volunteers for HistoriCorps' national historic restoration projects; giving tours and overseeing children's activities at local NY museums such at the Rubin, Guggenheim, and Mount Vernon Hotel Museum; and assisting with calendar administration and communications at the World Council of Churches United Nations office and Saint Peter's Church in New York.
Jennifer currently serves LCHope as a half-time communications minister. She also works half-time for the Colorado Department of Education's Early Childhood Professional Development team, and helps as a freelance communications manager for Anchor House. She is thrilled to have found a church home in LCHope, and is also part of the Chancel Choir, Bells of Hope, and lector team.
Jennifer is excited to be living and working in Colorado, and has enjoyed getting to explore the Colorado mountains and other western states. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, reading, crafting, and traveling. Her goal is to make it to every continent, and every US state. She lives in Broomfield with her husband, Josh, and her cat, Bolt.