Jen visited downtown DC and noticed the support of those lives lost in the nightclub shooting in Orlando.
Jen was proud to speak for Mindprint Learning and Not In Our Town Princeton.
Jen was invited by Mindprint Learning, Not In Our Town Princeton and Princeton Public Library to speak. Prior to the event, Princeton Day School invited Jen to visit with faculty and Mindprint Learning hosted a phenomenal dinner and gathering of professionals.
The dance department and students offered an artistic evening of dance within the theme of identity. Jen was honored to be their guest and see the note of recognition in the program.
Jen joined with Peter Braverman of ARC to provide a professional development workshop on working with parents.
Jen's Middle School and Upper School Diversity committees work with their faculty.
Jen helped to organize the diversity advocates meeting.
Sandy Spring Friends School students learning about breaking stereotypes.
Penn Charter committee members engage parents in advisory lessons. Jen then presented on understanding the Middle Schooler.
Laps for Lexi early volunteers.
Student mission statements
Sidwelll committee members try advisory activities.
Bullis School Lauren Keller, Jen and Marilyn Moreno
Dana Harris and Wilson Felter with Jen at a Quaker education conference.
Randolph Carter of East/West Ed and Dave Grant of Potomac gather at the Diversity Advocates Meeting.
Jen volunteers for the Coalition for Those Experiencing Homelessness providing mental health support.