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|Industry||Communications or Media|
|Occupation||Poet. Journalism. Social & Business Entrepreneur|
|Introduction||Jennifer is a tech savvy Journalist, a vivacious volunteer and an avid blogger who is keen about using the new media as a tool to disseminate information, collaborate and stir up progressive interaction. She is described as one of the next generation of communicators by Georgetown University’s GAIN's Center for Social Impact Communication (CSIC). Jennifer currently serves as a freelance senior reporter and media trainer. Between 2009 and 2010, she served in Washington D.C as an Atlas Corps Fellow. She was also recently granted the International Reporting Project (IRP) 2013 New Media Fellowship to report on global health and development in Nigeria. In November 2010, she was awarded the LEAP Africa Nigerian Youth Leadership Award for her work as an outstanding Nigerian youth leader. A graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ), Jennifer believes God created Youth for a purpose and thus should not be wasted in frivolity. Her published books include, “In Days To Come” (2004), "Preserving My Saltiness" (2011) and "Half a Loaf & a Bakery" (2013). Favourite quote: I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.|
|Interests||Reading, Writing, PhotoJournalism, Broadcasting, Books, Church, Internet, making documentary using emerging media, mountain climbing, trekking, BeforeGraduation.org, researching and Volunteering!|
|Favorite Music||R and B, Gospel|
|Favorite Books||The Bible, Preserve my Saltiness, In days to come by Jennifer Ehidiamen, etc.|