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Governor's Educator of the Year Program Program

Burlington

2015-16

Jennifer Braverman

Jennifer Braverman School/District: Maple Shade High School - Maple Shade School District

Grade Level: 7-12

Teaches: Art

Jennifer Braverman Jennifer Braverman is an artist, activist and educator who graduated Summa Cum Laude from The College of New Jersey with a Bachelor's degree in Art Education. She earned her Master's degree in Art Education through Boston University in 2012. Jennifer has taught Art Studio, Photography, Scultpure and Ceramics, Digital Photography, Advanced Drawing and Painting and AP Studio Art throughout her seven-year career. At Maple Shade High School, she teaches grades seven through twelve, advises the National Art Honor Society and co-advises the Class of 2016. Jennifer has written and published two educational children's coloring books and was named the 2013 Burlington County Outstanding Woman of the Year in the Arts. Also in 2013, she was recognized as part of Burlington County's 40 under 40 community leaders. Jennifer was a featured speaker at the 2014 Mark conference at Rutgers University. She currently adjuncts at The College of New Jersey teaching in the Women's and Gender Studies Department.