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Multiple media outlets including ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX News look to local expert and Penn State graduate Jennifer Storm to comment on the breaking Penn State/ Sandusky Scandal.
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Jennifer Storm was born and raised near Allentown, PA and attended Northampton High School. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Services and a Master's Degree in Organizational Management from The University of Phoenix. Most recently Jennifer received a certificate from Cornell University in Conflict Resolution and Dispute Management.
Ms. Storm is active in many local committees and on boards such as: The Greater Harrisburg Foundation EGAL Board, Dauphin County Domestic Violence Taskforce, Joint Investigative Taskforce, Dauphin County Elder Abuse Taskforce, Northern Dauphin Human Services Advisory Panel and Criminal Justice Advisory Board of Dauphin County.
Author of "Blackout Girl". Just when you thought recovery couldn't get any harder, life on life's terms happens, and sometimes that means someone perpetrating violence on you or your home.
In the follow-up to "Blackout Girl", her memoir of alcohol addiction, author Storm continues her compelling journey to fulfillment as a functional, substance-free human being in "Leave the Light On".
Storms NEW RELEASE, "Picking up the Pieces without Picking Up" offers a caring voice and expert guidance for those struggling with victimization and addiction
Being victimized by crime can be a life-altering, traumatic experience-one that can potentially throw a person off the course of recovery and back into the throes of addiction.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett presented Jennifer Storm with the 2011 Pathfinders Award in Victim Services and Jennifer's appointment by the Governor to the Victim Services Advisory Committee!