Seasoned administration professional, highly skilled in administration management, organizing projects and programs/events, stakeholder engagement, collaboration, and communications. Her experience spans small and large businesses, higher education institutions, and non-profit organizations. J.W. has been active since 2015 on the Steering Team of Aging 2.0 Boston, one of the highest-performing chapters of an international entrepreneurial community that supports innovation to improve the lives of older adults. As a self-employed real estate sales professional from 2009-2012, J.W. developed customer relationships, advised customers, sold and leased real estate, had her own website, and served on the Membership Benefits and Education Committees of the Greater Boston Association of Realtors. J.W.’s prior professional experience includes 7 years in Higher Education as a Director of Administration at Northeastern University from 1997-2004 and at the Harvard School of Public Health from 2005-2006. She received the Northeastern University Presidential Aspiration Team Award in recognition of the leadership team’s successful grant proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a multi-partner, multi-discipline Engineering Research Center award. She directed the administration of the $40 million Department of Environmental Health at the Harvard School of Public Health during the new Department Chair’s initial transition period, and directed the department’s first department-wide symposium. J.W. has served in leadership and direct service capacities for non-profits, such as The Junior League of Boston, a women’s volunteer and educational organization. She is proficient in Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, conversant in Google Drive and social media – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and has used Slack and Slido. She has an M.B.A from Northeastern University and a B.A. in History from Colorado Women’s College.