Jennifer Marshall is one of the vice presidents at the Heritage Foundation where she runs and oversees research for the Institute for Family, Community, and Opportunity. In 2010, National Journal named Jennifer one of Washington's 20 “power players” in recognition of her work on school choice and other education reforms. She has spoken at national and international forums, testified before Congress, and appeared on numerous radio and television shows.
Jennifer is also the author of Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century. She holds a masters of arts in religion from Reformed Theological Seminary, a masters in statecraft and world politics from the Washington-based Institute of World Politics, and a bachelors in French from Wheaton College. She lives in Arlington, Virginia.