Jennifer is a lifelong Louisvillian who knows that strong communities start with engaged citizens and that’s why she has devoted her life to being one. She was elected to her second term as a Conservation District Supervisor, currently serving as chair of the board, helping to create a sustainable future while advocating for environmental justice.
Jennifer is a champion for neighborhoods, serving as president of her community council and creating a non-profit that focuses on beautification and streetscape improvements in communities. She comes from a working class family and enjoyed growing up in Louisville, knowing that if we want more children to grow up with the experiences that she did, we’re going to have to do more to support working families and women. This means more youth development, mental health resources, improved safety, and access to more affordable housing and increased homeownership.
Jennifer is running for Metro Council District 15 because she is ready to take her experience and advocacy to the next level. It’s time that Louisville stops being reactive and starts being proactive.