Jennifer Greenamoyer is AIP’s principle lobbyist, working to assist Member Societies with development and implementation of government relations initiatives. She regularly represents AIP to Congress and other policy makers to forward science policy interests and works with the S&T community to influence policy developments and lobby for appropriations. In addition, Jen manages AIP’s Congressional and State Department fellowship programs.
Jennifer received her MSC in Oceanography and Master of Marine Affairs from the University of Rhode Island. She began her career working for the Environmental Protection Agency where she helped with the development of regulations in the Office of Water and the Office of the Administrator. At EPA, she also conducted training for EPA staff on regulation development and worked on small business regulatory relief.
While on Capitol Hill, Jen worked as professional staff for the House Committee on Small Business where she specialized in regulations, primarily pertaining to environmental and labor issues. Jen then worked for the Sea Grant Association as Director of External Affairs where she was responsible for working to secure annual appropriations and monitoring legislative developments. She also represented the Association to federal agencies and the Administration on issues of interest, funding opportunities and joint programs.