A strong community advocate, Jennifer Roy has created and supported events that raise funds to improve the lives of the people in Central Massachusetts and beyond. Health and wellness are Jennifer’s priorities; cancer causes are close to Jennifer’s heart and she wants every last citizen to feel empowered to use his or her gifts and talents to find a cure. You don’t have to be a doctor to make a difference in cancer research and Jennifer lives that mission using her creativity and passion to bring people together to eliminate this disease and bring healing to the world.
Use your gifts and be empowered…Jennifer also values education and mentoring youth, economic development, poverty alleviation and arts and culture. She has served on various boards throughout the city including the Worcester County Food Bank. Jennifer is a role model for teenage girls and helped cultivate the Girls Inc. Leadership Academy. Her work at Girls Inc. showed her the importance of female support systems and inspired her to co-found the city’s Young Professional Women’s Association. When Jennifer sees a need, she fills it; she thinks outside the box and is outspoken.
“I am grateful to my own mentors including but not limited to my family, Deb Hopkins (former Executive Director of Girls Incorporated of Worcester), Audrey Kurlan-Marcy (creator of Pink Revolution), Charter TV 3 for cultivating my professional skills and giving me a platform to share my missions, and Unum for helping me find my calling in my professional life: corporate social responsibility. I thank the founding board of the Young Professional Women’s Association for working with me to harness the power of young women in the community, and most importantly to the Pancreatic Cancer Alliance for helping me take Karaoke for a Cure from raising $8500 in its inaugural year to raising $25,000 each year for cancer treatment and research.” says Jennifer.
On this website, you will find regularly updated information on upcoming initiatives that Jennifer supports and events of her clients.