Jennifer received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. After graduation she moved to New York City, where she continued her education with a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Pace University and a Master of Philosophy degree in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Quantitative Methods from the Graduate Center of City University of New York. While in New York, she taught undergraduate courses in psychology and researched the efficacy of video games in education. When not at In Step, Jennifer tutors children in math and teaches undergraduate courses at George Mason University. In her spare time, she plays with her cats and dog, admires the baby panda at the zoo, and plays video games.