Jennifer has over a dozen years of experience in the energy sector. Prior to her role as CEO of Iteros, she served as the Director of Information Engineering for a microgrid company, where she was responsible for the design and implementation of their solutions architecture, cyber-physical integration, and cybersecurity policies and procedures. There, she designed and implemented the patent-pending FractalGrid architecture which is the blueprint for Camp Pendleton’s FractalGrid Demonstration. At her previous position at Southern Company Transmission, she was a senior technical architect for their energy management system and related applications. Jennifer also has experience as a development team lead and program manager for a large client implementation while consulting for Accenture, and as a software engineer at large Internet-based companies like

Jennifer graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and minor in Mathematics. There, she was a participant of the prestigious NASA Multidisciplinary Design and Analysis Fellowship Program. In her spare time, Jennifer loves spending time with her husband, Jay, and her two sons, Nicolas and Christopher. She loves trail running and hiking in the hills of San Marcos, California, where she calls home