Jennifer Peacock received her B.S. in Cultural and Global Studies as a Ronald E. McNair Scholar in 2018 at Central Michigan University. She went on to receive a Masters degree at American University studying International Peace and Conflict Resolution while a 2018-2019 Newman’s Own Foundation Fellow. She began her career at the Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth in Washington, D.C. Jennifer’s national portfolio of work spanned multiple focus areas, including foster care, civic engagement, and climate programming. In her role, Jennifer engaged Indigenous youth across the nation while providing culturally grounded initiatives. She believes her most important role in life is to support the vision youth have for their future.