Jennifer Ohman is a media manager with Pacific Legal Foundation, where she works with media across the country to promote PLF’s mission and tell the stories of Americans affected by government overreach. Her focus is PLF’s equality and opportunity practice.
As a kid, Jennifer defended the underdogs. She always knew she’d do the same thing when she grew up; she just didn’t realize it would be through media.
Jennifer graduated from California State University, Northridge, where she earned a degree in journalism and minored in psychology. Early in her career she worked for boutique public relations firms on campaigns ranging from tech to automotive before moving to Washington, DC, and entering the policy world.
From there she worked with grassroots groups focusing on military and veterans’ issues as well as foreign policy and constitutional law. Not long after moving to DC, she met her future husband, who was on active duty in the Navy. They married and moved to San Diego, where she opened her own communications shop. After almost 20 years working independently for a variety of clients, including PLF, Jennifer joined PLF full time in 2023.
Jennifer lives on the Texas coast with her husband, two kids, and two dogs. In her free time, you’ll most likely find her at the gym, drinking Prosecco with her friends, or soaking up sun all year round.