Program Associate, Environmental Conservation
Jennifer provides strategic, research and operational support for managing Environmental Conservation grant portfolios and projects beyond the program’s initiatives, primarily focusing on conservation finance and ecosystem services.
Previously, she was a member of the foundation’s Science Program. Before joining the foundation, Jennifer was a project manager at the Atomic Heritage Foundation, a historical preservation organization dedicated to the people, knowledge and interpretation of the Manhattan Project and early Atomic Age.
Jennifer received an A.B. in the history of science from Princeton University with a focus on biology and a certificate in visual arts. She wrote her senior thesis about the mechanization of incubators for premature infants.
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