GLOW Career & Empowerment Conference has ended
The Boston GLOW Career and Empowerment Conference is a day of community building and skill sharing among women and their allies. We seek to uplift and validate the characteristics that make us great employees, entrepreneurs, and leaders.

Due to the evolving risks associated with COVID-19, the 5th Annual #BostonGLOWcon will be a virtual event.

For an easy access to all links, we’ve created this Session Link Overview. 

Please review this #BostonGLOWcon Participant Guide that contains details about how to access conference Zoom sessions, how to use the technology, and tips for a successful day. We recommend reading the guide before Saturday to make sure you are prepared. At any time, please feel free to send along questions to join@bostonglow.org or text 917-291-6666.

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Sarah Jenness

Program Manager
Boston, MA
Sarah Jenness is a program manager at JFF. She supports leaders in K-12, higher education, business and industry, and government in developing and implementing rigorous career pathways, which lead to high-wage, high-demand jobs that leave open the prospect of further education.

Sarah is currently working on two state-wide projects in Texas including the launch of the Texas Regional Pathways Network (TRPN) and Lone Star STEM. The inaugural grant of the Texas Regional Pathways Network includes ten regional teams across the state. She provides technical assistance to the teams to help them develop and implement pathways. Lone Star STEM is a 5-year project that supports schools in building out computer science and cybersecurity pathways across the state of Texas, with a focus on rural areas.

Prior to JFF, she worked in an administrative role at Simmons College in Boston, while taking evening classes to earn her master’s degree in public policy, with a focus on education policy.