Jennifer Torres-Ferrari

Jenn came to Reno from Eagle River, Alaska to attend the University of Nevada through the Western Undergraduate Exchange program. She graduated in 1998 with a degree in psychology and an emphasis in behavior analysis focused on behavioral therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder. Jenn finished her education living abroad in Spain, where she earned a minor in Spanish.

Following her undergraduate studies, Jenn went back to school to earn a K-8 teaching license and a Master’s degree in education.

After being selected as the outstanding student-teacher of the year by the staff at Agnes Risley Elementary School, she was hired on as a first grade teacher for 2001-2002 school year. Following a year at Risley, Jenn moved to Las Vegas where she was hired at the Las Vegas Day School to help open the Kinderschool and full-day kindergarten program. She was asked to head the kinder program curriculum and to serve as lead teacher, where she worked until returning to Reno in 2006.

Jenn currently works part-time as a substitute teacher in the Washoe County School District and participates in grant programs to help with students with standardized test preparation. She has also worked with the National Kidney Foundation in fundraising and public outreach.

Jenn provides strategic planning and business development for Ferrari Public Affairs, while also helping to manage company operations.