FRSA,MSc(Econ) Dip Soc Work. Retired Deputy Director SCVS and past Swansea University tutor in Women's Studies and the Diploma in Voluntary Action.
Jennifer is a Community Activist and Women's Rights Campaigner. On returning to Wales in 1970's she helped set up the first women's refuges and was on the Board of Welsh Women's Aid. To meet housing needs particularly of women she helped establish Swansea Housing Association. Jennifer was past Chair of the UK oldest Women's Centre and member of the first Women's Ethnic Minority Network. She is the Wales RSA champion for "global responsibility" for the Wales WFG Act.
Some of her many other achievement include: a founder member of the Women's Archive for Wales, and Rosehill Community Park; and founder of the International charity women4resources "supporting initiatives run and managed by women and girls in Wales and Africa" She has received an UNLtd Entrepreneur award and a Millennium Fellowship. At present she is involved in obtaining a blue plaque commemorating Wales suffragist Clara Neal.