M.Ed., Northeastern University
Jennifer joined Taft’s science department in 2015 after teaching for 22 years at her alma mater, Canterbury School. In addition to teaching science, Jennifer was a dormitory parent and a student advisor. She also coached boys’ and girls’ varsity squash, girls’ junior varsity soccer, and boys’ and girls’ varsity and junior varsity tennis. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Cornell University, earned Phi Beta Kappa, and received a master’s in education from Northeastern University. Jennifer earned a "Certificate of Excellence" from ETS for the Praxis Series Chemistry Content Knowledge test for 2007, and she was named "2013 Woman of the Year" by the student organization “Women of Canterbury.” At Taft, she teaches classes in psychology and chemistry and coaches girls’ varsity squash and tennis. Jennifer lives on campus with her husband, Corey, and their two daughters.