Jennifer Freeman is a senior director in Solutions Design & Delivery at JFF. She helps design postsecondary systems that meet the needs of adult learners and communities underserved by current systems. Previously, she managed JFF’s technical assistance for grantees of the federal Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College Career Training (TAACCCT) program.
Her skills and areas of expertise include:
- Community college redesign
- Career pathways for populations underserved by current systems
- Alignment of education and workforce development systems
- State and federal policy related to postsecondary career pathways
- Cross-sector partnerships
Before joining JFF, Freeman oversaw the management of a $20 million, statewide TAACCCT grant in Massachusetts. Throughout her career, Freeman has helped support strategic program designs and policy across community-based organizations, philanthropy, and state and local government.
- Bachelor’s degree in sociology, University of Wisconsin at Madison
- Master’s degree in public affairs, University of Massachusetts at Boston