Jennifer Jamer » Biography

Biography

Jennifer Jamer is a native New Jerseyan who joined Trinity Hall from Seton Hall University and Fordham University, where she taught theology classes focused on inter-religious dialogue and pre-modern church history. During the 2018-2019 school year, she is teaching the sophomore theology class, World Religions. She serves as the advisor for the junior class, the faculty advisor for the Trinity Hall sailing team and as a co-adviser for the Speech and Debate club.

Jennifer earned a B.A in history from Seton Hall University, and an M.A in both history and theology from Fordham University. When she's not cheering on the Trinity Hall sailing team, she can usually be found hanging out with her cats and reading a book.
 

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