Jennifer Peacock


Jennifer Peacock is a graduate of Central Michigan University where she received a B.S. in Cultural and Global Studies as a Ronald E. McNair Scholar. Through this program Jennifer played a role in various research projects focused on first-generation student hinderances and ideological diversity in recent graduates. Jennifer assisted in coordinating the one of the largest Alternative Breaks program in the nation, which provides students with root-cause based service-learning experiences around the country.

Jennifer began at CNAY as the 2018-2019 Newman’s Own Foundation Fellow and has since transitioned to a Program Associate. She is currently in the International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program at American University to pursue a Master of Arts. Through this program, Jennifer intends to engage young people to act as agents of peace and social change.