Who am I?
Jenn Black graduated from Loyalsock High School in 2005. She attended Lock Haven University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree of Psychology in 2010. While at Lock Haven she became active within the campus community. She was President of Colleges Against Cancer from 2006-2008, served on the Haven Activities Council, worked alongside the Student Cooperative Council and managed a campaign to elect the student government. In 2008, she was awarded Outstanding Leader on Campus for all of her involvement. Jenn tied her enthusiasm to be involved back to her hometown of Loyalsock& knows that making a difference starts at the local level. She was elected as a Democratic Committee person in 2007. Then later was elected as one of the Township Auditors where her colleagues elected her as Chair in 2012. She also has served as Treasurer for the Lycoming County Young Democrats. Jenn has actively participated in many political campaigns. Jenn is currently pursuing her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling at Walden University. Jenn is employed as a full-time Therapeutic Staff Support at Northwestern Human Services, and works part-time at K-Mart.
Why am I running?
I am running for Loyalsock Township Supervisor because I want to bring a fresh perspective to the Board of Supervisors, and having served a term as Township Auditor has prepared me to take the next step in public service.
I will help promote Loyalsock in such ways as using social media to reach out and communicate with residents. In addition, I will work to establish a group of citizens to serve in a Citizens Circle which will meet throughout the year to offer their opinions on various issues.
My DFA Values
I have been an active progressive Democrat for many years. I am proud to support equality for all, am pro-choice, and believe government has a role in helping build the community.
My Campaign is People Powered!
My campaign is people powered as everyone on our campaign team is a volunteer. In addition, we are reaching voters through going door to door and phone calls instead of expensive things like television and billboards.