Founder & President
Jennifer is the Co-Founder and President of Trustify, the first technology platform to connect clients and businesses to the only nationwide network of highly trained and licensed private investigators. Jennifer oversees government and regulatory affairs, private investigator network, branding, marketing, sales, customer acquisition, corporate and nonprofit partnerships, hiring practices, as well as working directly with clients in need of our concierge of investigative services.
Previously, Jennifer had an extremely successful career in the nonprofit and association sectors. Her past work in includes improving child welfare, as well as working with orphans and vulnerable children through national and international legislative initiatives. She served as Executive Director of Joint Council on International Children’s Services in 2015 and from 2005-2008 and Program Director for the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute 2004-2005.
Jennifer has been a speaker at the Conference of Western Attorney Generals Annual Summit, StartupFest, SXSW. She is a contributor to Forbes, Inc., Business Collective and Adoption.com. She has been featured in VICE Media, Fortune, The Verge, and Tech News.
She is the Founder and President of Aqua Pure Technologies and Oh My Darling Designs. She also served on the Board of The Campagna Center, which provides critical educational services to children and families in the DC Metro region. Jennifer holds a B.A. from Bucknell University in International Relations and Religion with concentrations in East Asia Studies and Mandarin. She is currently working on her M.Ed. in Counseling and Development and MBA. She is the recipient of Goldman Sach’s 2017 “100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs”, Women In Technology 2017 Entrepreneur Leadership Award, Alexandria’s 2017 40 Under 40, and the 2016 Barbara Pratt Lee Heart of Gold Award. Jen resides in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband, Danny Boice and their 5 children.
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