Current Work: Local Project Leader for the Alliance to Save Energy's TVA Green Schools Program; Board Member for Nashville Urban Green Lab
Degree: M.S. in Sustainability
Academic Interests: Renewable Energy and Food Security
Undergraduate: University of California Santa Barbara, B.A. in Environmental Studies and Geography
Jennifer is a local project leader for the Alliance to Save Energy's TVA Green Schools program. Jennifer moved to Nashville in 2005 and has worked on various projects in the non-profit sector, including the Killowatt Ours project, where she developed and implemented a program teaching energy conservation to students and teachers in schools. Prior to making the move to Nashville, she served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Belize, where she lived in a Mayan community and workd as an environmental educator and project coordinator. She also worked as a park ranger with the National Park Service in California in Joshua Tree and Yosemite National Parks and as an environmental educator in outdoor science schools.