“I am happy to be involved with RTQAC as an organization that allows me to be a neighbor to neighbors in need. I believe housing is an essential element for physical, mental, emotional, and social health. The ability to repair homes helps provide a foundation for individuals, families, and communities to thrive.”
Jen works remotely as a Volunteer Recruitment Specialist for Appalachia Service Project (ASP) based in Johnson City, TN. With a long history and connection to ASP, Jen has served as a trip participant, Group Leader, Trip Coordinator, Ambassador, Helping Hand, full-time, long-term volunteer and is very happy to be working in the Volunteer Department. ASP makes homes warmer, safer, and drier for families in Central Appalachia through volunteer home repair and replacement.
Relocating from Tennessee to Chestertown, MD in 2018, Jen found several places to plug in and continue as a volunteer. She serves as the Treasurer for the Chester Valley Ministers Association and the CVMA Good Neighbor Fund. Before connecting with Rebuilding Together of Queen Anne’s County, Jen volunteered with Rebuilding Together Kent County as a project volunteer and on the Volunteer Committee.
Serving on the board of Rebuilding Together of Queen Anne’s County is an extension of Jen’s passion to meet people where they are and fill a need where and when she has the capacity. She will be coordinating Program Services for the Rebuilding Together of Queen Anne’s County affiliate.