After recently completing her master's degree in Public History at Northeastern University, Jennifer Roesch is eager to join the King Chapel's team and share her passion of making Boston's rich history relevant and exciting. Jennifer's enthusiasm for public history began as a ten-year-old when she started giving tours of her hometown's historic house museum in Wisconsin. She then received her Bachelor's in History and German at Lawrence University where she also played collegiate tennis. Prior to moving to Boston for graduate school, Jennifer worked as a research associate and digital archives assistant for the Papers of Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois. When not telling anyone nearby random historical facts of Boston, Jennifer can usually be found playing tennis, reading, or simply spending time outdoors.