Jennifer has starred on stage and screen in projects domestic and international. She can be seen in the Emmy Award-winning Netflix series Master of None in the much-heralded silent ASL sequence as the mom in the shop shouting in sign language after overhearing a couple's sex talk.

She recently starred as Sister James in John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize-winning play DOUBT at Theater 294 for which she received stellar reviews. Previously she appeared in the premiere of LEMON TREE by Claude Solnik at Theater For the New City and Theater 294.

She has made appearances on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Chris Kepford Show (Funny or Die), Z: The Beginning of Everything on Amazon, and Kevin Can Wait on CBS as Nancy.

Jennifer voiced the commanding yet playful anime character of Misato Katsuragi in an English version of The End of Evangelion, the last film in the Neon Genesis Evangelion series. She played Vicki the robot from Small Wonder in the indie comedy Mission Idiot and portrayed Kathleen Kennedy, sister of JFK, in "A Kennedy Family Story" on the Japanese TV show Gyoten Astonishing News. While residing in Australia, she completed voice work for the Emmy Award-winning CGI-animated BBC series Animalia and filmed Suing the Devil starring Malcolm McDowell on location in Sydney.

A New York native and involved in countless productions across Long Island and NYC, she is especially noted for her roles on stage which include INTO THE WOODS playing the Baker's Wife and Cinderella in three separate productions. Credits include: MARY POPPINS as the title character, Daisy Mae in LI'L ABNER, Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Patty Simcox in GREASE, Susan in COMPANY, and Jephthah's Daughter in the NYC premiere of SACRIFICES with Original Binding Productions.

In the spring of 2015 she added Producer to her list of credits having helped produce a concert featuring Oxford University's all-male a cappella group Out of the Blue with special guest artist Broadway's Kristy Cates at the renowned Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City.

She is a graduate of Hofstra University where she trained classically as a mezzo-soprano. She holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts with specializations in Music, Philosophy, and Sociology and studied at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and the Actors Centre Australia in Sydney.

Jennifer is currently based in New York.