Jennifer Segel is the Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Fish Family Foundation, a Boston-based private foundation focusing on human services for low-income individuals and families in the Greater Boston area, with a focus on immigrant inclusion across Massachusetts. Previously, she worked for five years as a Program Officer at The Klarman Family Foundation in Boston working to identify and address areas of unmet needs. She also served at The Langeloth Foundation in New York City supporting health and racial equity outcomes to foster and sustain safe and healthy communities. She graduated from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!) and received her Master of Science (M.S.) in Social Work from Columbia University. Jennie is a proud Brookline High School alumna. She has lived in New York City, Sevilla, Spain, and currently lives with her husband and two sons in Brookline, MA.