Jennifer discovered Breakthrough Twin Cities (“BTC”) during her role as a Commissioner for the Saint Paul Human Rights and Equal Economic Opportunity Commission. She is passionate and dedicated to youth development, health equity, and human rights. When it comes to youth development, she is an advocate for programs that help students navigate certain challenges and inspire students to be empowered by their own strengths and identity. Jennifer learned more about BTC by attending the Booyah Bash, volunteering, and meeting the students of BTC.

In her career, Jennifer managed, supported, and/or developed frameworks for complex compliance programs and projects (policy management and maintenance, conflicts of interest program, training & communication, monitoring and auditing program, etc.). She works with leadership and across business functions to effectively maintain and improve ethical culture. Active engagement with professional colleagues and communities has always been an enjoyable part of her career as well.

She likes to spend time with her partner and two dogs, family, and friends. Her hobbies include traveling, volunteering, Zumba, hiking, canoeing, and trying new cuisine.

Breakthrough Twin Cities

2051 Larpenteur Ave E, Saint Paul, MN 55109, USA