15 Oct Voice of the Nation Interviews Jennifer Stinson
This week “Voice of the Nation” will be talking with Jennifer Stinson, opening speaker for Smart Girl Summit 2009 in Nashville Tennessee. Speaking on the importance of family values and national sovereignty (the right of nations to determine their own laws and customs), Jennifer urged citizens to make a stand for family values and to be proud of it. Politics strives to educate and empower women and men to engage in the political process. Join us as we talk with Jennifer and increase our knowledge of activism and leadership on a variety of arenas. Stand up, speak out, and let your voice be heard! TUNE IN 2PM (PST) THURSDAY BY CLICKING HERE!!!
Guest: Jennifer Stinson – Jennifer Stinson is an advocate with United Families International where she lobbies the United Nations and other governmental entities for policies and practices that strengthen families. She also conducts research and helps write educational material for United Families. In addition, she serves on the Board of Arizona Family Council.
Before joining UFI and AZ Family Council, Jennifer was an active leader in the successful passage of the Arizona Marriage Amendment.
Previously, Jennifer served on the Board of Directors for Prairie Crossing Charter School. In this position she was responsible for fundraising efforts related to the school’s expansion and co-authored the renewal of the school’s charter. Further responsibilities included hiring staff and administrators and curriculum development.
Additionally, Jennifer has been active in school and neighborhood organizations where she has held positions on the PTO and Booster Club Boards. As a community leader she has served on a Block Watch Board and as a neighborhood organizer. She has also led the children’s and young women’s groups at church.
Jennifer graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago Law School. She and her husband are the parents of three sons.