Jennifer excels at blogging, content writing, descriptive content, biographies and slightly irreverent articles.
She loves 19th and early 20th century jewelry and any type of history, but especially military history. When not pursuing her hobbies or writing, Jennifer is happily helping her husband on their family farm running about 200 head of organically raised beef cattle and many free-range chickens. Her title is Director of Domestic Affairs and her aim is happy and healthy animals. They also have cats and dogs and a beekeeping operation with about 50 hives.
Jennifer cleped out of freshman English and History and took two years of Advanced English and History, along with remedial Math (needless to say, she doesn't write about accounting, payroll or any other math based religion), and Communications courses for two years before dropping out to pursue an ill-fated first marriage.
Working as a lobbyist for the National Restaurant Association (headquartered at Cracker Barrel Restaurant) and running Cracker Barrel's political action committee (PAC), found Jennifer returning to a local college to take Poly Sci and Government History courses.
Jennifer has been in the legal industry for the better part of the past 12 years. Beginning with the county attorney and moving to a large local practice of criminal, domestic and personal injury attorneys, she has performed as a legal assistant, paralegal, and now migrated into marketing for two firms. Jennifer has redesigned and re-launched both companies' websites, writes their blogs and articles for both sites, designs and authors the quarterly newsletter (consisting of 5-6 fresh topical articles and having approximately 3800 subscribers) and the monthly e-newsletter. She also handles all of the social media for both firms including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, industry profiles and LinkedIn. Jennifer also performs all local advertising for both firms including sponsorship and local events.
As mentioned in the Government section, Jennifer worked as the head of Cracker Barrel's political action committee and as a lobbyist for the National Restaurant Association for several years. During that time, Jennifer had first hand access to congressmen and senators from across the country, even spending two hours in a private jet sharing grapes and fighting over which state had the prettiest girls with then-Speaker Trent Lott. She wrote and distributed the PAC newsletter, wrote position papers on hot political topics relevant to the NRA, and personally lobbied office holders at the federal and state level.
Jennifer is an avid student of government affairs, both American and foreign. She worked as a lobbyist in Washington DC and at the State level for several years and has a broad, and rather jaded, behind the scenes knowledge of how our government really works. She then went on to work in Homeland Security for a few years after 9/11 and worked closely with Tennessee State TBI and FBI field offices and first responders from District 5 (Nashville and surrounding areas).
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