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Jennifer Hernandez is an author, data analyst, volunteer, domestic violence advocate, and mom. An Omaha resident of almost a decade, she is a member of the local creative arts community and has worked with several small businesses using data to increase their productivity and revenue.
Jennifer has been on the other side of the Clerk's desk, representing herself in custody issues, and wants to use her experience with process improvement to simplify procedures. With an increasing number of people representing themselves in court it is essential they have the tools they need. A Korean-American woman, she’s seen the effects of discrimination and bias and wants to provide better public service to the people of Douglas County.
Join us at our Campaign Kickoff at Legend Comics & Coffee on Thursday, April 19 from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm. Join us to learn about why Jen is running and what she hopes to accomplish as Clerk of the District Court. Refreshments will be provided.
Legend Comics & Coffee is located at 5207 Leavenworth St.
Jennifer will be at The Bookworm on Saturday, March 10 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am to meet with young readers and discuss her children's poetry book, Alphabet Oddities. She writes under the pseudonym Jennifer Joseph.
The Bookworm is located at 2501 S 90th St #111
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Jennifer is one of the 25 women who will be speaking at the Venue at Highlander on Wednesday, July 25 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm about why she is running for office. The candidates are all women but the guest list doesn't need to be!
The Venue at Highlander is located at 2112 N. 30th St.