Jennifer's career is a mosaic, in and of itself.  

Her professional path has taken her from being an herbal research chemist for the FDA, to a health and wellness educator, a business owner, a community and school volunteer, the Director of Partnership and Business Development for a nonprofit consulting company, and an advocate for social justice.  

Jennifer Wolf, MPH, Founder Project Mosaic

She is most proud of her role as a mother of two.  She understands the rewards and challenges of cross-cultural relationships first hand, due to her inter-racial marriage of 17 years.  Growing up between Colorado and the Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe Reservation in Wisconsin, she has learned to relate and connect to people from a variety of backgrounds in a respectful, yet engaging, manner.  

Through her education, she has learned the importance of listening to stakeholders, her Master's in Public Health focused on Community and Behavioral Health.  Her Master's project was a cultural competency evaluation of health education materials.  She's passionate about school wellness and helped found an award winning school Green/Wellness team, recognized by the Denver Mayor's Office.  See the video HERE.  Her interests also center around the connections and factors of health disparities and education inequity for youth and families of color.  

Jennifer is outspoken and opinionated, but never afraid to stand up for the people and causes she cares about.  

Her parents developed the 7 R's curriculum, which she combines with the Mosaic Principle facilitation techniques to bring your workplace or community group a unique experience in collaborative conversations.