Jennifer Seneor

IMG 5435 copy copy smallAs a Programs Manager at Feeding America San Diego (FASD), Jennifer Seneor oversees the Mobile Pantry Program that distributes 1.32 million pounds of food annually to rural communities and the CalFresh Program that helps thousands of low-income San Diegans access benefits. Over the last 3 years, Jennifer has been dedicated to advocating for improvement to the food stamp program at a local, state, and national level. She serves as a part of the California Hunger Action Coalition, organizing an annual trip of over 50 community members to Sacramento to speak about pieces of legislation impacting low-income communities.

Prior to joining FASD, Jennifer lived in Ecuador as an English teacher for a University in a rural community. Jennifer majored in Sociology at UCLA. While in Los Angeles, Jennifer led a successful campaign to implement a Designator Suppliers Program to ensure that all UC-apparel is made in factories with just labor practices. Jennifer also developed a food distribution that serves over a 100 homeless individuals weekly and worked with Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles.

Jennifer looks forward to continuing to build a progressive community in San Diego that furthers economic and social justice for all San Diegans.

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