Jennifer has over 15 years of experience in Higher Education serving students as a career counselor, academic advisor, curriculum developer, program manager, and employer/external relations liaison, all with the common theme of helping them to improve themselves and strengthen their future opportunities. She has worked with thousands of undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, and alumni in various advising capacities whereby she provided daily support around topics of career and professional development and academic planning. Jennifer enjoys providing expertise in the healthcare and life science industries because of her strong belief that health is life and without it, we cannot flourish and achieve our full potential. At Duke, she also designed, taught, and assessed numerous courses, curricula, workshops, and seminars (both in-person and virtual) that still remain signature programs. Jennifer also managed and made critical improvements to Duke’s premier Health Careers Internship Program, facilitating 350+ student volunteers in clinical settings and recruiting 100+ healthcare professionals as mentors each year. She has successfully developed programs in partnership with administrators, faculty, employers, students, and staff, having also served on numerous advisory committees and task forces alongside them.