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Jennifer

CEO / PRODUCER

Jennifer's storied career spans nearly 30 years in executive nonprofit and association management with experience in early childhood education, foster care, disabilities and differences, healthcare, and children with critical illnesses. She has led large statewide initiatives and multi-million-dollar campaigns for California Boys Town and the California Dental Association Foundation. Jennifer most recently devoted ten years to Make-A-Wish as the President & CEO of the Northeastern & Central California and Northern Nevada chapter, leading the 45-county organization to grant more than 400 wishes per year and growing revenue from $2 million to $10 million dollars annually. During her tenure, Jennifer was acknowledged as one of Sacramento Business Journal's "Most Admired CEOs," Sacramento Business Journal's Nonprofit Executive of the Year, Recipient of the Sacramento Region Corporate Citizenship Award, and Sacramento Magazine's 100 Most Notable Business Leaders.

 

Jennifer thrives in her current role as CEO & Producer at Robert Craig Films, passionately producing impactful cinema that not only entertains but also ignites meaningful conversations. She spearheads projects focused on social impact, leveraging her expertise in marketing promotion to ensure these films reach diverse audiences nationwide. Jennifer is a driving force behind the integration of cause-based storytelling into mainstream culture, championing narratives that inspire positive change across the country and beyond.

Jennifer received her Bachelor of Science in psychology and a minor in education from Loyola Marymount University and was named LMU Alumna of the Year for her dedicated career in philanthropy. She also attended the Child Development Graduate Program at California State University of Long Beach, studied at Indiana University School of Philanthropy, and completed accredited leadership programs with Achieve Global and the Center for Creative Leadership.

 

Jennifer gives back to her community through volunteer work for the Placer Breast Cancer Foundation, The Gathering Inn, and other important local causes. She is also a motivational speaker as she shares her cancer journey to inspire others to reflect on their life and legacy.

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