A Southampton and Manhattan resident with an MBA from Columbia University and a BA from Tufts University, Jennifer is a tireless worker on behalf of her clients. While Jen has had careers in both finance and marketing, she found this combination enabled her to quickly build a strong real estate business on the East End. As she is high energy, smart and perseveres with all her deals, Jen has created a loyal following.
She competed in tennis for Tufts and more recently won a National level tournament. Also a competitive runner, Jen completed four NYC marathons and qualified for the Boston marathon with a time of 3 hours 36 minutes.
On the personal side, she is a generous supporter of charities and volunteers for God's Love We Deliver and Books for Kids. Jen is especially proud of her 3 caring and accomplished children.
As an accommodation to the disabled, Saunders & Associates provides curbside access at its offices.
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