Jennifer Todd is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received a Bachelor in Social Work from Indiana State University in 1996; a Master of Social Work from the University of Cincinnati in 1997; and a Doctorate of Health Sciences from Indiana State University in 2020. Her professional background includes social work practice in the community mental health, homecare, hospice, and nursing home settings. She has also worked in academia since 2000 and currently holds an Assistant Professor position in the Indiana State University Department of Social Work in Terre Haute, Indiana. Jennifer’s community service involves facilitation of the Vigo County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT), which provides crisis response, mental health, and addictions training to local law enforcement. She is also a member of the Vigo County League of Women Voters and involved in activities that focus on empowering voters.