Jenny is the Communications Coordinator for the Do Good Institute (DGI). She is responsible for coordinating and executing communications strategies and activities that drive awareness, participation and recognition of the Institute and its programs, both on and off campus. In addition, Jenny is responsible for a suite of services, programs and outreach efforts to engage students in the skill building, experiences and resources that result in a lifelong commitment to social impact.
Before joining the Do Good Institute, Jenny worked as a resident coordinator and student recruiter for Living and Learning International, where she traveled to numerous campuses around the U.S. promoting study abroad opportunities for students. In addition, she spent time living in Ecuador where she worked for Casa Mis Sueños, a nonprofit organization seeking to prevent women and children from sexual exploitation. At Casa Mis Sueños, she developed and curated content for their social media channels, supported fundraising initiatives and participated in outreach events.
Jenny graduated from Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with her bachelor’s in communications. She was born in the Philippines and spent most of her life living in Papua New Guinea, where she developed a passion for foreign policy and international relations.
She currently lives in Cheverly, Maryland and loves spending time in coffee shops, art galleries and local restaurants. Jenny speaks conversational Spanish and loves to travel. So far, she has traveled to 11 different countries and hopes to grow that list even more.