Jennifer was a rule-breaking teen who ran away from her parents’ home in Canada and crossed the border into the U.S. She dropped out of high school, experimented with drugs and alcohol, and became a stripper at 14. Afraid she was headed down a dark path, Jennifer returned home, where she committed her life to God and became a devoted teenage mom. Jennifer has since adopted and fostered several children.
A devout Christian with conservative values, Jennifer wants to be a role model for women and believes no inmate is beyond saving; however, she has no patience for people who make excuses for illegal behavior. With a background as an operations manager at a community living facility, Jennifer will be a great undercover asset to the Etowah County Sheriff to observe and evaluate the realities of his facility.
Jennifer is passionate about serving people who struggle with mental health issues, and she hopes 60 days in jail will give her the opportunity to mentor troubled inmates and prepare her for a future career in mental health. Jennifer also hopes to become an ordained minister after she finishes the program.