Jennifer earned her B.A. from Loyola University New Orleans in Women’s Studies and History and her M.A. from University of Texas at Austin where her research focused on trauma and interpersonal violence. Following graduate school, Jennifer has built a career in crisis intervention, survivor support advocacy, and violence prevention education working for community agencies that serve torture and sexual violence survivors, refugee and asylum seekers, and community members experiencing resource insecurity. She is a OAG-certified sexual assault survivor advocate and has extensive experience organizing student populations around sexual violence prevention and intervention initiatives. At Tulane University, Jennifer oversees the development, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive sexual violence prevention programming while acting as an advisor for Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education (SAPHE).
Jennifer would like to encourage any member of our community to share with her their concerns, ideas, feedback, and/or visions around eliminating sexual violence on Tulane’s campus. Her door is always open.