Current Leader

Jennifer Jacklin Stratton

Jennifer Jacklin Stratton
Location: Paramus, New Jersey Cohort Start Year: 2020 Project Topics: Arts in Health and Healing, Communications, Community/Civic Engagement, Education, Health Care Access, Maternal and Infant Health, Violence and Trauma Populations Served: At-Risk/Vulnerable Populations, Children and Families, Foster Youth and Families, Women's Health
Creative Facilitator

FOCUS
Weaving practices from the creative arts, placemaking, ecology, health, and trauma-informed care, Jennifer facilitates workshops at Zoe’s Place—a residence program designed to provide access to safe housing and support services for young mothers and their children. Since 2016, the collaboration has grown from a small handful of women sharing their stories to an active community-led support network sharing an understanding that healthy communities and ecosystems start with healthy mothers.

 

MORE ABOUT JENNIFER
At the heart of her work is exploring public research, art, and storytelling as accessible tools for reimagining possibilities while deepening personal/collective understanding, relationships, and civic engagement.

Learning from a growing constellation and lineage of practitioners and teachers, including her mother, Jennifer is also a full-spectrum doula care provider.

 

JENNIFER’S WORK AND VISION

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