Jennifer Grosman is excited to serve on the YPIN Board. Originally from the Seattle area, Jennifer has lived abroad in Germany and Chile and tries to travel internationally whenever possible. She graduated from the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington where she obtained her B.A. in International Studies and minored in Human Rights and Environmental Science and Resource Management. Currently, Jennifer works to improve the U.S.- Canadian relationship at the Pacific NorthWest Economic Region. Outside of work, she is especially passionate about the convergence of gender justice and environmental justice. Jennifer is involved in anti-human trafficking efforts in the greater Puget Sound region. Jennifer also keeps busy with her 40-person book club - all suggestions are welcome!