Jennifer joined Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, a publicly-traded biotechnology company based in New York, in 2014 as part of Regeneron’s Business Leadership Development program and currently works in the Business Development group evaluating collaborations, licensing and other growth opportunities for Regeneron. Prior to Regeneron, Jennifer worked at Goldman Sachs in the Investment Banking Healthcare Group. She then joined Lee Equity Partners, a middle-market private equity fund, where she focused on investments in the healthcare space, and subsequently worked in the Corporate Development M&A group at American Express. She also interned with the Business Development group at Celgene Corporation.
Jennifer earned her M.B.A. from Columbia Business School in 2014 where she graduated with Dean’s Honors and Distinction and was awarded the Feldberg Fellowship. At Columbia, Jennifer served on the Student Government as Vice President of Alumni Transition & Development overseeing Columbia Forever Week and the Forever Pledge, and held leadership positions in the Healthcare Industry Association, Private Equity and Venture Capital Club, and Columbia Women in Business Club. She also interned with three venture capital firms and was a member of the 2014 International Venture Capital Investment Competition Championship team. Jennifer graduated from Stanford University in 2007 with a B.A. in Economics and Human Biology minor. While at Stanford, Jennifer served on the Executive Boards of Stanford Consulting and Stanford Finance, and was admitted into the Cap and Gown Women’s Honor Society and Order of Omega Honor Society.
In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys traveling, Broadway Theater, and fitness training. She lives in New York City with her husband (and Feldberg Fellows social coordinator), Marc.