Jennifer Lubba is a native of Buffalo, New York, she completed her undergraduate degree at Buffalo State College in Urban and Regional Planning with a geography minor and a focus on environmental studies. While at Buffalo State she was selected for the National Exchange Program where she completed one semester of environmental and geography studies at Texas State University. Following her exchange, she completed a summer internship working for ManTech International Corporation; a company that delivers comprehensive environmental and sustainable planning services to federal/civilian costumers. Prior to graduating with a bachelors, Jennifer engaged in Buffalo Planning and Developing intern opportunities that included planning additional parking in the downtown area, planning and implementing pocket parks in urban areas of Buffalo, and revitalizing historic sites in and around the City of Buffalo.

Shortly after the completion of her bachelor’s degree, Jennifer was accepted into the MIITC (Master's Including Initial Teaching Certification) Program at Buffalo State College. Her military connected life caused her to move from New York and complete her student teaching at Colonel Johnston Elementary School, Fort Huachuca, Arizona where she was then hired as a full-time kindergarten teacher, acquired multiple leadership roles, and was nominated for Cochise County Project of the year. Jennifer was hired for a full-time kindergarten teaching position at Gordon Elementary School, Mid-Atlantic District where she was recently recognized for her teaching practices, collaborative relationships, and leadership qualities. She also held the math/STEM SSST, CSI chair, and focused collaboration facilitator positions at Gordon Elementary School.

Jennifer Lubba
Jennifer Lubba Kindergarten Teacher
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