New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
Born and raised in Augusta County Jennifer has a deep love and appreciation of rural Virginia. Jennifer grew up appreciating the time spent on farms owned by family members, and hearing stories of life working in factories from her parents.
Jennifer's life has always been rooted in activism. Her family is very involved in the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Jennifer has served on the Shenandoah Valley Chapter's committee as ticket chair for many years. Working closely with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, wildlife, and land conservation group organized and funded predominantly by hunters, Jennifer holds very close to the idea of responsible hunting as a fundamental part of conservation.
As a mother Jennifer understands the importance of instilling the values of volunteering and activism in her children. This is why quite often the entire Kitchen family, Jennifer, Jeff, Jane, and Piper can be found at local events helping in any way needed to provide a better community for everyone.