As a bi-racial, first generation American from California, Jennie is committed to dismantling systems of oppression. 

She is passionate about storytelling, the depth that can be transmitted through human connection and brand, and believes that commonalities and lines of similarity can be drawn between all peoples of difference. 

Her work has ranged from child-labor advocacy in southeast Asia, to lobbying Congress in Washington D.C. to pass the LRA Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act, and international community development and education in Central America, Southeast Asia, and Ghana with Pencils of Promise, Global Brigades, Invisible Children, and Kiva. 

She currently acts as a branding adviser for the Foundation for Gender Equality, a U.N. Foundation focused on dismantling patriarchal systems by mobilizing male allies, and Teach For America - New York helping to ensure that all children can access a quality education.