Jennifer Adams is a native Floridian and grew up in Central Florida. She is currently the co-chair for both the League of Women Voters of Florida and League of Women Voters of Orange County’s Juvenile Justice Committees, Executive Director of Florida Community Partnership, Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Mediator and Guardian Ad Litem. Having traveled the state as a youth to play competitive sports while in high school, college, and for the Olympic Development Program, to an adult having competed in half-marathons, community road races, and cheering on her own children who play competitive sports, Jennifer has garnered a special appreciation for the beauty of the places and people throughout Florida. She serves on numerous local, state and regional government, post-secondary and non-profit advisory boards, and is an expert consultant in the areas of corporate/community initiatives, policy and research development, collaborative mediation, strategic planning and funding partnerships, and is most passionate about issues concerning domestic violence, abuse and neglect of children and women, human trafficking, women’s rights/gender equity, good governance, affordable housing, education and sustainable/socially responsible development. Jennifer has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications (University of Florida, College of Journalism), Master’s Degree in Legal Studies (Washington University in St. Louis, College of Law) and is a candidate for a Master’s Degree in Social Policy and Emerging Leader Merit Scholar Recipient (Washington University in St. Louis, Brown School).