Jennifer Brevoort is responsible for designing and implementing networking, coaching and learning opportunities to benefit adult postsecondary education initiatives.  Jennifer has created and managed citywide capacity building efforts.

Before joining the Graduate! Network Jennifer worked with Philadelphia Youth Network to strengthen best practices in social services, workforce development and non-profit leadership.  She built peer learning networks, created dynamic e-learning opportunities, managed virtual career fairs for educators, students and parents and published online and print curricula. In 2014 Jennifer was awarded the Innovator’s Institute Fellowship and spent time working with out of school time programs to help organizations access and use new technology to personalize programs for young people. Jennifer also worked with The Center for Afterschool Education at Foundations, Inc. where she designed and delivered Professional Development trainings for educators in 28 states and created curricula for k-12 educators. Jennifer also directed Please Touch Museum’s youth programs which were awarded the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award from First Lady Laura Bush.She is currently an instructor of Civic Engagement coursework at Drexel University.  Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Gettysburg College and a Master degree in Urban Education from Temple University.