Jennifer has managed over twenty mentoring and internship programs for young people of color, both in New York City and London, and has more than a decade of experience developing and implementing mentoring and training programs to help close achievement and income gaps. Jen specializes in working across sectors and institutions to develop a shared sense of commitment toward assisting young people as they strive to realize their potential. Her experience includes working with a wide range of organizations, including community-based organizations, residential foster care agencies, schools, major corporations and investment banks. Jen graduated with two Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Maryland: one in Government and Politics and one in Spanish. She holds a Master of Public Administration from the City University of New York at Baruch College, and a Certificate in Mentor Program Supervision from the Big Brothers /Big Sisters of America- Fordham University of Social Work. Additionally, she completed the Community Leadership course from the NYC Citizens Committee for Children.