Jenna is a sophomore at Kent Place School from Scotch Plains, New Jersey. She holds a deep passion for criminal justice reform and LGBTQ+ equality and aspires to create change in her community in support of these movements. Jenna takes action in her community by traveling as a Youth Advocate for the New Jersey Center for Tourette’s syndrome, giving presentations on the dangers of bullying/intolerance to students throughout New Jersey. To foster her skills in advocacy, she competes on her school’s National Championship winning Ethics Bowl Team, as a lawyer in Mock Trial, and in the American Legion High School Oratorical Competition. In her free time, you can find her screenwriting, reading about ethics and philosophy, or re-watching episodes of The West Wing.