Standing up for Oshawa

  • Critic for Infrastructure, Transportation, and Highways. 
  • As a dedicated educator, Jennifer has over ten years’ experience teaching in Ontario and abroad. She actively gives back to her community as an advocate for equity and social justice, and is invested in community theatre and the arts in Oshawa
  • Jennifer also has a committed record fighting for workers’ rights. She has been a member of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) in Durham, and has been actively involved with the Ontario Federation of Labour and the Durham Region Labour Council. In her role with her ETFO local team, Jennifer organized the far–reaching campaign against Bill 115 and coordinated with groups across the province to have the legislation repealed
  • Jennifer works hard to ensure that people have access to good jobs, a strong publicly–funded education system, and a voice in their community. She is a strong advocate for the people of Oshawa and is committed to bringing meaningful change to her community