Jennifer graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Connecticut. She continued on to receive her Master of Science degree with a concentration in Pediatric Physical Therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University. She began her clinical career at Soar 365 (formerly Richmond ARC) in their Early Intervention Program which focuses on the home care of infants and toddlers. She transitioned to MCV, now known as VCU Health Systems and focused her clinical hours in acute care pediatrics including the PICU, NICU and all pediatric inpatient populations. While she and her husband raised their four children, Jennifer continued to work part time at both VCUHS and Ashland Physical Therapy providing pediatric physical therapy services. Since 2018 she has participated weekly in the VCUHS NCCP (Neonatal Continuing Care Program) which is an outpatient interdisciplinary clinic evaluating the development of high risk neonates after they leave the acute care setting until they reach 24 months. She currently continues that practice along with seeing outpatients at Pivot Physical Therapy focusing on the evaluation and treatment of infants with torticollis or gross motor delays.
In her free time she enjoys doing any activities with her husband and 4 grown children as well as running, barre and occasional crafts.