Jennifer Peacock, MA


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 hindrances 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 Senior Program Associate. In this role Jennifer oversees the Generation Indigenous portfolio of work. This includes the Generation Indigenous Network, the Creative Native Call for Art, Ambassadors for Land Conservation, and our civic engagement programs.

Most recently, Jennifer received her Master of Arts at American University studying International Peace and Conflict Resolution. Through this program, Jennifer intends to engage young people to act as agents of peace and social change.