Jennifer is writing a novel examining the effects of government and corporate surveillance technologies on interpersonal relationships.
Jennifer is a fiction writer and teacher of writing. Most recently, she directed the Writing Program at New York University Shanghai, where she was also a founding faculty member. During her tenure at NYU Shanghai, she developed the university's creative writing minor and helped to establish a robust creative writing community. Her career as a university teacher of writing also includes positions at the University of Michigan and the New England Literature Program.
Jennifer has an MFA in prose from the University of Michigan, where she was awarded a 2011 Helen Zell Postgraduate Fellowship. She also has a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School.
Project description to come.