Master of Environmental Management – Duke University (2011); Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Urban Planning – University of Richmond (2009)
Series 50 Municipal Advisor Representative
Jennifer has a strong background in water resources and utility management, and possesses extensive data management and analytical skills. Her educational background lies in the areas of water quality, hydrology, and resource conservation. In her six years with Raftelis, she has consulted with numerous local governments on projects related to stormwater program development and review, and stormwater utility feasibility, development, implementation, and reorganization studies. Jennifer has also worked with water and sewer utilities on a wide variety of projects – from rate development and affordability analysis to revenue loss investigations – all with the common thread of being driven by existing utility data and designed to positively impact utility performance and management. Jennifer has worked extensively with GIS data and systems and with relational databases in association with water, wastewater, and stormwater utility projects. In addition to her analytical work, she has a strong knowledge of municipal finance, and serves as a Municipal Advisor Representative, which ensures her fiduciary responsibility to clients. Jennifer was also a contributing editor of the WEF’s Manual of Practice No. 27: Financing and Charges for Wastewater Systems.