Principal and Director, Non-Profit Communications
A 20-year veteran of the not-for-profit community, Jennifer has successfully developed strategic messaging and partnerships for NGOs in post-Soviet states including Croatia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Estonia Latvia, Uzbekistan. She has also developed and executed fund development plans for the National Council on Economic Education, United Jewish Appeal, United Negro College Fund, Cab Calloway Foundation, Ophelia DeVore Charm School (named after one of the first African-American models), Opera Amici, International Conference on Women and Orthodoxy, Brooklyn Coordinating Council and SAMHSA, to name a few.
Her additional achievements include securing a commitment for more than $10 million dollars in grant money from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority—the nation’s largest housing cooperative located in NYC. Jennifer joined TTWA in 2008 as Executive Director of its non-profit arm, The Stay Strong Foundation, and was appointed Principal at TTWA in 2010. She is a graduate of New York University (B.A. in Business Administration); has an NYU Certificate in Fundraising-specializing in Not-for-Profit Board Development; and is an active member of the National Association of Fundraising Executives.