Jennifer Tee is a director in Climate Innovation, an incubated practice at JFFLabs. She aligns the vision, strategy, and implementation of the practice area’s initiatives, including its flagship project, CREST (Climate-Resilient Employees for a Sustainable Tomorrow).
Her skills and areas of expertise include:
- Program design and implementation
- Group facilitation
- Legal and risk management
- Nonprofit management
- Higher education
Before joining JFF, Tee was deputy director of Seattle nonprofit Facing Homelessness, where she provided strategic direction to scale and expand three homeless intervention and community engagement programs and helped facilitate a new model for providing permanent, affordable, sustainable housing in residential backyards.
- Bachelor’s degree in Latin American studies, Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington
- Master’s degree in intercultural service, leadership, and management, School for International Training, Brattleboro, Vermont