Jennings is the Coalitions Manager at the Pacific Legal Foundation, where she focuses on cultivating issue-based, mutually beneficial, partnerships that increase the impact of PLF litigation toward a more free, just, and prosperous society. Jennings is passionate about making the ideas of liberty accessible to nontraditional audiences by working closely with individuals to show how their ideals align with the ideals of a freer society.
Prior to joining Pacific Legal Foundation, Jennings honed her strategic communication skills at DCI Group, a public affairs firm. During her time at DCI, Jennings worked with a multitude of client teams to help companies integrate their messaging into an ever changing media and political climate. She previously worked at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, partnering with professors from university-based research centers across the country and helping them further the ideas of liberty on their campuses.
Jennings earned a dual BA in Management and History with a minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jennings lives in Northern Virginia and spends her time reading far too many books, kayaking on the Potomac, and checking out the latest art exhibitions.