Jennifer Imhoff is a Communications Associate at White Coat Waste Project (WCW), where she manages internal communications and marketing for WCW campaigns and programs.
Jennifer has been a long-time advocate for accountability and transparency in government spending. She was the Idaho State Director for the Jo Jorgensen for President Campaign and the California Communications Director for the Gary Johnson for President Campaign.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from San Jose State University, and has volunteered with numerous organizations for disaster response, voter outreach, and digital privacy; to help strengthen communities with communication tools.
Jennifer currently lives in Idaho with her husband, two kids, and three spoiled rescue cats. When not protecting animals and fighting government waste she’s watching hockey or rolling 20-sided dice.