Jennifer T. Lauderdale, BA, received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Sociology from California State University, Bakersfield. She was a program facilitator at the New Directions Group Home for Girls, a specialized facility responsible for children aged birth to 17 years, including teen mothers and their babies. Jennifer was responsible for medication supervision, nutrition, supporting activities of daily living, enabling the teen mothers to attend school without their children, tutoring, life skills instructor, and vocation counseling. After moving to Colorado in 2008, she worked for 6 years for the 18th Judicial District Juvenile Assessment Center, where she had the privilege of working with children and their families throughout Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert, and Lincoln counties by coordination services and navigating the juvenile justice system. As a learning coach for the past 4 years, she has come to love and advocate for online education and all its benefits. She was and is so enthusiastic about the opportunity to share her knowledge, insight, and experience so much so that she became a family compliance liaison for Colorado Preparatory Academy and Pikes Peak Online School to further the mission and vision that she has been so passionate about. When Jennifer is not working, you may find her fishing and camping with her family at one of Colorado's state parks.
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