Jennifer provides capacity and skills building assistance to organizational and company leadership to ensure that department and area systems, and processes throughout the organization are healthy, effective, and viable and positioned to address current and emerging issues. She also works closely with leadership in the first phases of introducing change and new systems or processes, implementing organizational plans, and engaging in strategic initiatives. As a governance consultant, Jennifer has traveled extensively to work with those who serve on boards and those who service boards. Her work includes training board members, senior staff, trainers, facilitators, consultants and other practitioners in the areas of governance and other volunteer leadership development.
Jennifer has a Masters Degree in Business Administration and an undergraduate degree in Industrial Psychology. She has served as adjunct faculty at several universities and is the author of Building Board Diversity, the first major publication of its kind. She has authored several articles, been cited in national and international publications, and has received numerous honors and awards.