Jennifer holds an MFA in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.  She teaches voice and speech for the Acting program at the University of Connecticut. As a voice and dialect coach, she has worked in several American Equity theatres including the Tony Award winning Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. 

Jennifer has also taught at CCM, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, East 15, London Met University and Drama Studio London. Her students have gone on to work in feature film, TV, regional theatre and Broadway.

Jennifer has worked as an actress in theatre, film, TV and radio drama and trained as an at ArtsEd, London.  She recently played Rosaline in Love's Labour's Lost for Saratoga Shakespeare Festival in New York. In London, Jennifer performed in outreach work with Ice and Fire Theatre’s Actors for Human Rights.

Jennifer is a member of British Equity, VASTA and the International Centre for Voice.



Voice & Dialect Coach /Actress

MFA in Voice Pedagogy from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Conservatory Actor Training at Arts Ed (London)
Britsh Actor's Equity, EMC
Location: Connecticut