Jennifer graduated from Boston College studying Elementary Education and Applied Psychology & Human Development. As an undergraduate student, she student-taught at several Massachusetts-based schools, including The Edison K-8 School and William H. Lincoln School. 


During college, Jennifer spent a semester living abroad in Limerick, Ireland while she completed an international practicum at an all-boys Catholic school. In her spare time she enjoys reading and baking. Right now she is a teacher at Top 3 New Jersey Private school. 


Boston College                     

Bachelor of Arts - BA Field Of Study Elementary Education & Applied Psychology and Human Development
Honors Program; Dean's List First Honors

Livingston High School



Assistant Teacher

Boston College Children's Center


• Facilitate play-based learning for 15 three to five-year olds through station activities
• Communicate with caretakers about child progress and development through anecdotal notes



Teaching Fellow

Breakthrough New York


• Selected from a competitive pool of over 1400 applicants to serve as a teaching fellow
• Participated in more than 140 hours of pre-summer training to master instructional and management practices
• Co-planned and taught two Literature classes of 11 and 12 rising 8th grade students to critically analyze the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, for 5 weeks
• Implemented daily observation and lesson planning feedback from instructional coach to improve teaching practices
• Co-designed and taught dance elective curriculum to 10 rising 7th-9th grade student