she earns her living as a professional speech-to-text freelance agent with a Forbes Top 50 company for translators and transcriptionists, which combines human with artificial intelligence. She has done work for Fortune 500 companies Microsoft, Nike, Nationwide, and Crowe; for Harvard, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, American Indian College Fund, U.S. Air Force, Indigenous Montessori Institute, United South and Eastern Tribes, NewsGuild of New York, U.S. Olympic Committee, and New York Public Radio; work for journalists with media including The New York Times, NBC News, VOGUE, Vanity Fair, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Forbes, Billboard, The Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, and People, on projects with rock legend Paul Simon, former Vice President Dan Quayle, tennis superstar John McEnroe, Broadway producer David Stone, Academy Award-winning producer J. Miles Dale, Navajo Nation, Seminole Tribe of Florida, Olympic gold medalists David Wise & Jamie Anderson, restaurateur Guy Fieri, cast & crew of Yellowstone's series 1883, Merrill's Marauders, documentarian Alex Gibney & Huldah Buntain, missionary friend of Mother Teresa.
of Russian, French, Cherokee, and various Amerindian languages, appear in publications including POETRY, The Hudson Review, RATTLE, The Lyric, MEASURE, Able Muse, DMQ Review, Unsplendid, New Formalist and others. Her work is included in anthologies such as Measure for Measure, published in the Everyman’s Library series by Random House/ Penguin Books, London, England; in Longman’s college textbook An Introduction to Poetry, in The Hudson Review’s Poets Translate Poets, as well as in The Able Muse Anthology.
Jennifer is a cousin of American poet Robert Frost and American writer, Samuel Clemens, aka Mark Twain. She descends from the Mal'Ta Child people, ancestors of the first Americans. She is a descendant of Founding Father Richard Henry Lee, and also directly descended from Chief Wahunsenaca Powhatan, the father of Pocahontas. Her ancestor Captain Thomas Shankland was author James Fenimore Cooper's inspiration for Nathaniel "Natty" Bumppo of "The Last of the Mohicans." She is an active member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, with twelve patriot ancestors who fought for independence. Her family is part of the Cherokee Nation.