Jennifer Jackson has lived in Central Oregon for 25 years and has three children who also call this unique area home.
Jennifer attended college with the intent of becoming a substance abuse councilor and began working at her children’s school in 2001 as a Family Access Network (FAN) advocate.
Over the last 17 years her works has included several schools throughout the Redmond District and for part of that time she also served as the Homeless Liaison helping children in transitional housing. Her current position is at the Terrebonne Community School as a resource connection.
Jennifer has served on the Jericho Road Board for several years and feels it is rewarding to “be part of an organization that meets people where they are and offers tangible relief to real problems.