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Jennifer is a senior at The George Washington University. She is pursuing a B.A. in political communication with a minor in photography. Jennifer is a visual journalist passionate about covering stories concerning the Latinx community and sustainability.
Previously, Jennifer interned at BBC Studios, where she focused on editing and production. But it was during her time at the Guatemala Solidarity Project she saw the impacts of climate change. When the Eta and Iota hurricanes struck Indigenous communities in Northern Guatemala, she produced stories about these events.
Outside of classes and work, Jennifer is Co-President of Take Back the Tap, and throughout her time at GW, she was able to get a commitment to phase out single-use plastic with the rest of the team. These experiences motivated Jennifer to cover an intersectional story about the environment and communities of color during her time as a Planet Forward-Comcast NBCUniversal Sustainable Storytelling Fellow.