Jennifer joined Oregon Law in 2014. In her role, she manages a range of programs supporting students' and stakeholders' interests in public interest, public sector, and public policy work. Her work includes managing Oregon Law’s Pro Bono Program, Loan Repayment Assistance Program, several student fellowship programs, and signature events. She also works with the Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund.
Jennifer started her career as an Assistant Attorney General in the Washington State Office of the Attorney General. When she moved back to Oregon, she joined the University of Oregon Teaching and Learning Center, working with efforts to support student success including Pathway Oregon.
An active community member, Jennifer has a deep interest in public education and libraries. She currently serves on the Oregon 529 Savings Board. She has also served as the Eugene Public Library Foundation President and the Eugene School Board Chair. In her free time, she can sometimes be found working on efforts to expand funding for local schools or the Eugene Public Library.
Jennifer holds degrees in English and Communication Arts from Pacific Lutheran University and a J.D. from University of Washington. Among her favorite activities are spending time with her family, reading, and traveling.