Jennifer works closely with Renmatix technical and business teams to advise and advance the strategy and success of Renmatix. She is responsible for the company’s intellectual property strategy, and oversees the prosecution and maintenance of its robust and growing patent portfolio. Jennifer is an integral member of the commercial and business development team, working to structure, negotiate and document joint development, testing, and licensing arrangements with potential corporate partners and licensees. She plays an important role in financing transactions and works closely with CEO, Mike Hamilton, and the Board of Directors on corporate governance and serves as the Corporate Secretary of Renmatix.

As a former partner of Ballard Spahr LLP, her clients included entrepreneurs, emerging technology developers, global conglomerates, venture capitalists, universities, and more. Jennifer brings to bear more than 20 years of experience working with science, biotech and technology companies of all sizes and stages of development, with particular expertise in licensing, strategic alliances and corporate collaborations; equity, debt and project finance both public and private; mergers and acquisitions; and corporate governance and board counseling. She served as chair or co-chair of Ballard Spahr practice groups and Ballard Women, and served as the Program Chair of Pennsylvania BIO and co-chair of Pennsylvania BIO’s Enterprise Creation Summit. She holds a Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law, serving on Law Review, Moot Court Honor Society, and as a Wolcott Clerk to the Delaware Supreme Court. She received her BA from Dickinson College.