Advisory Board Member (2021-22)
BA International Economics, University of Notre Dame (2018)
Jennifer joined Booz Allen Hamilton in 2018 as a management consultant in the Strategic Innovation and National Security accounts, where she focuses on Artificial Intelligence strategy and foreign Intelligence analysis. In 2021, Jennifer received the Urban Leaders Fellowship to serve as a Policy Fellow in Washington, DC. In this role, Jennifer drafts policies for the DC City Council and works as assistant to the CEO at Bread for the City, a DC based nonprofit providing services and advocacy to reduce the burden of poverty.
As an undergraduate, Jennifer was a student assistant at the Nanovic Institute, and received grants from Nanovic to fund language studies in France and an internship at a social entrepreneur investment firm in Ireland.
Jennifer is a Carnegie New Leader at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, and an Ambassador at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in DC, where she currently sits on the 2021 National Next Generation Fundraiser Committee.