Jennifer’s advocacy experience encompasses a broad range of issues, particularly relating to housing, transportation, public safety, education and judiciary issues. Jennifer has successfully lobbied some of the most controversial pieces of legislation impacting common interest developments in California. This includes bills relating to non-judicial foreclosure, prohibitions on reasonable restrictions, document fees, open meetings, and assessment collection.
Prior to becoming a lobbyist, Jennifer worked at a public relations and marketing firm in Santa Monica, California. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications Studies from Loyola Marymount University and her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law with distinction. In addition to her professional work, Jennifer serves on the board of directors for the Stanford Home for Children. She has received accolades for her lobbying in Capitol Weekly and was voted “One of Sacramento’s 15 People to Watch” by Sacramento Magazine.