Originally from Wisconsin, Jennifer moved to Boston in 2015 to receive her Master’s in Public History at Northeastern University and has been in love with New England ever since. She received her Bachelor's in History and German at Lawrence University where she also played collegiate tennis. Jennifer has worked at various historic sites and museums, including as a research associate for the Papers of Abraham Lincoln, digital archives assistant for the Lincoln Presidential Library, and the executive assistant at the Shirley-Eustis House Museum. Jennifer has been working at King’s Chapel for over three years and loves discussing the various families who worshipped here and how they exemplify Boston’s complex history. When not at King’s Chapel, Jennifer can usually be found exploring New England, running, or simply spending time outdoors.